We talked quite a while, and she's going to send me a list of things we can do with Isaiah, based on his likes and dislikes. He craves, no, NEEDS lots of sensory-input, especially in the auditory and vestibular areas. He's also sensitive to certain types of sensations, although she said that would probably decrease as his other sensory needs are met.
I'm just excited that we might be onto something here. Not that I want him to have SPD, but that by following the OT's suggestions, maybe we can reduce the tantrums and meltdowns, and lessen the frustrations and tears over everyday tasks. At least... that's what I'm hoping.
Here's a picture of my little guy during his nap yesterday. I made him a weighted blanket since he always pulls pillows on top of him... and yet he still does, even with the blanket. LOL!