Our 6 year old son Charlie will jump back and forth on the couch for hours. He "needs to do this each day immediately after school and if he is unable to, will pace (stomping back and forth)for a lengthy amount of time (30 minutes or so). He is limp (very cuddley) ,has MANY food issues. He twirls and pulls his hair when concentrating and chews on all of his collars. He has even bitten off all of the buttons on a school shirt.
Charlie does make friends at this point, communicates well and is highly imaginative. He has great verbal skills and is reading well. He is unable to tie his shoes, ride a bike, and is very reluctant to snap or button.
Should we get him help or will he out-grow what I have always called his "quirkiness"?
Any feedback would be appreciated