New with questions
My five year old son has always been a little different. Some things are hard to put a finger on. When he is excited or nervous, he waves his arms in the air or moves his fingers rapidly, while looking up and moving his feet around. It lasts a short time and then it is over. He gets frustrated easily and is starting to cry more easily too. He is also becoming more nervous in group settings and interacting less with the kids in his preschool class. He has a hard time sitting still sometimes, but other times his attention is kept on a task/show/activity for long periods of time. He is very smart, remembers everything and is starting to read and ask questions about how things are spelled and what words mean, etc. He hops and jumps around often, and now we have to remind him to stop and slow down. Over the past few weeks, I find myself crying so often and grieving that he will never be normal, and I feel so bad for him. We are getting a neuropsychological eval next month, and I am so afraid to hear what they have to say. What does "classified" mean? People keep mentioning this, and I am afraid it means bad things. Sorry to go on, but any advice is much appreciated.