Quoting to mock a killingbird:" Sorry, I don't mean to jump in, and I hope you don't mind me asking, but was he on track for his milestones. ... [snip!] ... food up? I know you said he never practiced, he just did it. But was he delayed at all? Sorry, not trying to pry. "
It's all good
I have no problem talking about it
He hit all the milestones, many of them early, except for speech really. (He's almost 5 and still doesn't communicate well, but he's getting there!)
He was BIG. Born at 9lbs and 23 inches and weighing in at 23 lbs by 6 months. He was always a big boy, happy and "chatting" with everyone. I knew he was off, but everyone insisted that he was fine because he was SO happy.
It wasn't until around 18 months that it was clear he was falling behind, up until them he was the poster child for perfect as far as the nurses at the health unit were concerned. That was when the speech delays caused the aggression and the melt downs and the head slamming etc.