Well, as most of you know: Sweet Pea is not progressing, and I was actually wondering maybe regressing. Therapist actually e-mailed our coordinator in order to speed up the Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) evaluation because of Swee Pea's regression. No more maybe... cat is out of the bag: Rgression, the big bad word is official. I still can't quite believe it, husband does not even seem to be worried. Coordinator wanted us to drive all the way to their office for the Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) to see Sweet Pea next Monday. I actually said no: we'll wait for the next available appointment so we can do evaluation at our house. I told coordinator that I did not want to put myself in a state of emergency. 1 more month won't matter and when Sweet Pea is outside of the house, she is mute anyways. Better to see her make some sounds at home, then nothing in the office. Coordinator is very sweet and respected my feelings but reminded that 1 month was ok but not to wait more than that. That regression is serious... I know it is serious but it just seems unreal. Now, I'm wondering if I see more signs: the last couple times when I picked her up from daycare, she did not react. She only go 1x or 2x a week. And she used to run to me with open arms. The last few times: nothing... This morning, when I dropped her off she did not wave, just looked but no facial, gestures or sounds... On the other hand, last night she was runing away from me and giggling (did not want to be caught and undressed for her bath). If any of you can share their memories and experience when their very young child was diagnosis, it might help me. Did it feel like: no, it can't be happening. Look she is so alive and good at other things??