...to start seeing autism spectrum traits in a not quite 3-month-old baby? I know...it sounds ridiculous at first glance, but I swear I'm seeing some spectrum-ish traits in my little baby boy. I'm noticing a lot of little things, such as the following: - transitions-- for example, freaking out when on the point of sleeping, even though he sleeps well, and then freaking out again when going from sleeping to waking - sketchy eye contact and eye tracking, in contrast to his sister, little "high beam eyes" - high pitched screams instead of normal baby crying - extreme sensitivity to texture--if Baby B is freaking out, I take off his clothes and lay him on an ultra-soft blanket, then slide him back and forth. This settles him right down. The cuddle-and-pat thing doesn't work for him, as it does for his sister I know that all of this stuff is within the realm of normal baby development, bit with a houseful of Aspies (myself included), and also having his twin sister as a developmental comparison, it makes things jump out at me a bit more. His "things" are identical to the things I noticed with Little easy child. I know that it's WAY too early for a diagnosis of any sort, but what do you all think. Do I perhaps have another Aspie to add to my collection, or just an eccentric little baby boy?