Okay, little cherub is 21 months. When I picked her up on Friday last week, she was very withdrawn/impassive. No eye contact, or engaging in peekaboo. No language. She's only been walking about 6 weeks, if that. Just a blob comes to mind. Over the weekend we were at my friends' place and they have lots of hands to hold a baby. Bubby was happy to be held anytime. Didn't squirm or try to take off anywhere. If she's let down, she just toddles around. Most of the weekend she wasn't investigating anything. We tried to saturate her with stimulation of one kind or another, talking to her. She ate well. We fed her, but she manages finger food. After a while it was clear she has some hand/eye co-ordination, she picked things up, and tried to place them. Sometimes successfully. Still no real eye contact. Oh, and she laughed for no reason, and flapped her arms. (just trying to remember some of these things). This week, still no language - I know she doesn't talk. bio mum had her one session to speech therapy. Not sure if she reacts to name. Doesn't come when called, or turn when called. Not interested in feeding herself. Can't drink well from a cup, but will drink from bottle (bio mum says she drinks from a cup - not so!) Eats finger foods well, have noticed that she will try to place something into hole etc. and with some success. Toddlign around and taking things out of shelves, tried to put on DS's underpants over head... (clean ones) will laugh if I blow on her tummy while changing her, is making some eye contact. Everytime I try to take a photo of her, she hides her face - isn't that interesting? Without fail.... she will go and turn her back! Still happy just to be held, but will toddle around if I put her down. Doesn't interact in play with others, but will pick up blocks, and anything else in pathway and carry it. Any ideas? I can't think what she should be doing for her age. Oh, she loves her tucker.... and opens her mouth for it when i start feeding her. Grunts a bit if I'm too slow. I would love to have her longer and get her to some speech therapy... what other Occupational Therapist (OT) should I be doing with her?