My son is showing some his Father's more fun behavioral traits. He laughs at the word no, he laughs if you smack his hand(we tried this for discipline because he doesn't respond to anything), he laughs you pinch him(it was the only thing we could think of to try and stop him from gagging himself in the carseat). He has full tantrums from anything holding him still(huge tantrums that last 20-30 minutes), won't walk on grass. I don't know I know he's young but it all feels off. He's almost a year old but it all just still feels off.
My Husband has asperger's syndrome and so does his Dad, his brother and several of his cousins so he a strong family history so you understand why it's a strong possibility.
Am I worried about nothing or does this sound like a valid concern? DH's parents didn't have this option because they didn't have the diagnostic criteria back then but what would be the next step if he just continues to be a little off with his behavior?
IT IS YOUR INSTINCT AS A MOTHER TO TRUST YOUR GUT, ON YOUR NEXT VISIT TO THE DR MENTION IT SND SEE WHAT HE SAYS. MAYBE IT IS JUST A PHASE AND IT WILL PASS
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