Quoting Blythe.:" stacking and putting things in lines seems like a normal kid thing to me"They all have to be in a certain way, stacked big little small, just odd things.
Quoting mmmc15:" Is he developing normally otherwise?"Perfect besides talking, which he's getting a lot better at now that he's in school with a speech therapist.
Quoting lunch lady:" IMO it seems normal. My son is the same way. he lines his cars/trucks/tractors up daily. But there is ... [snip!] ... for you not to bring it up to his doctor. It definitely won't hurt anything. How is the rest of his room/toys? Neat or messy?"
Quoting mommymassey:" when my son was about 2 or 3 he started doing things like that. Colorizing EVERYTHING, would not eat ... [snip!] ... we just watch for major behavioral changes but it could very well just be a kid thing, some kids do go through these phases."You just described my son! Cabinets have to be shut a certain way, i mean just down to the smallest things and i'm terrified it's going to rule his life. He spends every second of everyday worried about organizing and making sure things are right that he's not enjoying being 4.
Quoting Mel & a girl named Pey:" It could be normal but if you are worried ask about it. Are there any other things going on behaviorally or anything?"He is awesome! Well behaved as can be, helps me, just perfect. Unless you mess his stuff up or things aren't "right" then he has melt downs.