So it appears that T finally got the autism memo, LOL. He sure looked "atypical" a year ago, but now he is lining up blocks and spinning around in circles like a pro. So I guess now that he's 3 perhaps we're going to get some more stereotypical ... well, stereotypical behaviors. Ah well, I was pretty much out of denial anyway. Interesting thing about the blocks though: when I asked him what he was doing (and I had to ask him about 7 times before he answered), he told me he was making a train. Hmm.
I have 4 year old twins, both boys. They turned 4 in February 2011. When they were 23 months, one was diagnosed with pdd-nos, an autism spectrum disorder. I'm still not sure if I "believe in" the spectrum. I am posting anonymously in order to protect my son's privacy.