Eddie's birth was emotional as I knew he was our last. He was a happy healthy little boy. He was like a little firework, always busy, had a zest for life and it was clear he was very bright, but interestered in things way beyond his years.
By the time Eddie was approaching 3 he started to regress, became very anxious and couldn't communicate his feelings or emotions. We had a tough 2 years but sought advice and help from cahms and they then started assessing him for asd. They gave lots of advice and support and thankfully, by the time he got to school, the school agreed Eddie needed extra help and support.
Now a big p3 and still the fastest Eddie around. But he's now finding ways to manage his anxieties. We're super proud of him