I should add that even though I feel it's extremely unlikely that CPS in my state would ever take a child without evidence of severe abuse or neglect, I do sometimes wonder, now that they have a "file" on us, if there might be some risk of them doing more than a quick assessment should they get another report on us in the future.
I don't think my children are at risk of getting taken, but I feel there could be some risk of a case being opened just to see if we might "benefit" from further intervention.
EllyMayMomma's comment about her son not being too shy made me think of a woman I know whose children are now grown, who told me that she was forced to place one of her sons in preschool at age 3 or 4, after the doctor got so concerned about his "extreme introversion" that CPS was contacted, and it was determined that this child could benefit from spending some time away from his mom so he wouldn't be so scared of strangers.
She said he remained extremely introverted in spite of all this intervention, but he is also extremely brilliant and I think he ended up getting some sort of engineering degree in Germany.
My girls are both very extraverted, but when we were seeing an Occupational Therapist to learn more about how to help dd2 with her sensory issues (she is sensory seeking), this OT seemed to think that one answer was to get her into more situations with other children.
She actually gets along just great with other children now, but this was after I'd spent several months doing a lot of avoidance of group situations with her. It was maturity and development of empathy that helped her, not being thrown into groups of kids.
I found a way to discontinue the OT while pretending to agree with many of her views, because I was honestly a little scared that she might be concerned that we were neglecting what she saw as dd's needs to have more interaction with other children, and more structured, preschool-type experiences where she could learn that she had to sit at the table and cut, or whatever the adult wanted her to do, until such time as the adult told her she could get up.
I asked her for a reading list, and explained that I felt she'd given me a lot of good information that I'd be able to continue with at home, and I mentioned the creative movement class she was taking at homeschool co-op, so she'd be assured that I was realizing the importantce of structure.