My more "neurotypical" daughter.... (but with sleep easily deregulated, very colicky as an infant, and always bugged by the seams in her socks) as a toddler discovered delicious fresh strawberries.
However, after each bite, she'd look at the berry and wince, seeing the change, reject the berry, setting it aside, and gladly choose a new, perfect one from which to take a bite. And so on.
She's also my baby who, with her first bowl of yummy ice cream, looked at her finished and empty bowl then, chin wrinkled and lip quivering, broke into full mourning cries.
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