Well, last night I was in the living room and Brett was wondering about. I asked him what Seanny was doing and he said,"oh he's playing with his hands". Then Brett proceeded to show me how Seanny was playing and it was the finger flick along with the flap combined. It made me feel really kinda bad. Well, I know it shouldn't have but I never really thought that Brett noticed it and then I guess it didn't seem so real to me. You know what I mean? Brett is on the spectrum as well very mild and has no stim behaviors and very verbal probrably will get an aspergers dx eventually. The thing is I guess if Brett notices it so does everyone else. Not that I care and I don't care what others think. Its hard to explain, I guess I was just so used to it I hardly ever notice it anymore. The whole thing just kinda opened my eyes a bit more. Hugs Denise
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