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    He sounds very bright for a 3 year old. My little guy can't do the things you have said. My eldest however, who is also asd (aspergers) could at that age. They are all so different.
    You obviously have concerns or you wouldn't have posted this, so yes, go talk to your gp if for no other reason then to put your mind at ease.
    If there is doubt, check it out.

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    Yes the challenging 3's I call it. My ds did this, I was thinking there was something wrong with him but it was just a phase.

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    From what I understand it can be normal behavior or it can also be asd behavior. I think it's more of an issue if they don't like it being messed up or you move something out of sequence and it stresses them out.

    It's good you are being mindful as am I as my son has a half brother on the spectrum ( donor egg from sister).

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    Haven't read the other replies, but this behavior in isolation shouldn't be anything to be concerned about. It is very common. While it is a trait commonly associated with children on the spectrum, it should definitely not send up red flags if there are no other concerning behaviors exhibited (namely, age appropriate pragmatic skills such as social awareness, eye contact, turn taking in conversations and games, gestures etc.)

    Hope that helped.

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