The psychologist spent about 2 hours with E today and talked with me for a while. He said he felt pretty sure that E has asperger's. We talked about all of his past struggles with preschool and how he is not able to maintain relationships with other kids. All in all he said he felt confident enough to make a diagnosis for him now. I filled out a ton of surveys and gave a brief history of his issues. He told me that most of the sensory stuff I brought up sounded like they were things that go along with Asperger's. He is supposed to go over the paperwork I filled out then write me up a report with an actual diagnosis. I feel weird. I've cried and felt stupid for crying. I knew he had all the signs of it...and I am glad to get an answer and hopefully a way to get him the help that he needs for school. I just wish for once I could hear 'your child is completely normal...have a nice day' and then I feel bad for wanting that. I don't want to change him. My husband was not surprised at all and said that once he started reading about asperger's then he was pretty convinced that was what E had. I am so glad to have his support with this. I still have E on a waiting list to see a dev. pediatrician...although I don't know if I should keep him on it? I asked his counselor and she said probably to still have him seen by him. We have a session with- his counselor and Occupational Therapist (OT) tomorrow. So I will pick their brains then. I did find an awesome place to take the boys to burn off energy today. We went to a gymnastics gym for the 'open gym' and for $3 and hour they can just play and play. They both loved it.