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Just my ds is in EI. DD isn't. He's behind in speech, but that doesn't worry me because my niece never spoke more than two words before she turned 2 1/2 and she is fine now. He was behind crawling, walking........He has speech therapy every week and maybe OT once every two months. I'm more concerned with his attention and understanding. Two months ago he didn't understand no, or anything I said, whereas his twin sis would bring me something if I asked. He is much better with that now but I'm not sure if it is him being a boy, and boys don't develop as fast as girls, or if it is a developmental problem which will stay with him. At this age, nobody can tell if he has a specific problem or not, but I just want to prepare for the future now and realize there is a chance they may not be together in school. He doesn't have many of the red flags for autism but it is hard to get his attention sometimes when he is playing. I can yell his name and he won't even look, but I know he hears me.
My dh does the same thing too...it could just be a guy thing. And I wouldn't have noticed if I didn't have twins. Men.
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