I know a far amount of people are going to tell me to relax or scold me about how I've been handling certain things but she does have some obvious issues. We live with family and they've been noticing it too.
She doesn't look at people's faces, she vary rarely smiles, she doesn't like to be touched frequently, doesn't like to be held. Quite often just to get her to eat we have to wrap her a certain way in her carseat and prop the bottle and just watch her or rock her because holding her makes her too upset.
She forgets how to latch on to the bottle sometimes or pacifiers,won't drink formula pulling a face at it. Hell this girl won't let us put socks or hats on her a fair amount of the time.
Ok my son is an aspie,my husband's an aspie,my father's an aspie,my brother and brother in law are both high functioning. Autism is nothing new for us and if this means she is so be it, this does sound a bit like my son when he was OLDER but not at this age.
Anybody seen these type of behaviors before? What did they mean?
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