Our 3 year well baby visit was also a consult. pediatrician basically agreed with the Sensory Integration Disorder (SID) and wants her in Occupational Therapist (OT) now!!! She feels she is definatley showing signs of a mood disorder and says lets just see how her brain develops, or if we move first. We are going to try to get her into a pre-school, wait list for all in our area... She doesn't feel it is Autism, due to how high funtioning she is and how social... who knows. Her anger and anxiety are a concern. It was sad to hear, but we have it documented for now. Our pediatrician just doesn't thing the early intervention program in our area is good enough... mostly very low functioning kids and she is afraid that it will set difficult child 2 back. I agree. She wants her in with "normal" kids. One step at a time... I guess this really pushes us to make a choice to move to a place with better options??? I just read an article in BiPolar (BP) mag, on if you would have children knowing you were going to possibly pass on a mood disorder? I am so mixed on this, and now that both of my children most likely have mental illness... I love them to death, but watching my difficult child 1 struggle I feel so bad for her and feel so guilty like I did this to her at times, I didn't realize at the time, I don't think I would have changed a thing. But reading the story made me think.