Blowing bubbles, recognizing the ABCs, taking a tricycle for a lap around the neighborhood, and running into Daddy's arms when he gets home from work are all rites of passage for a child. Are these the types of milestones your child is missing? A friend, who is a teacher, suggests testing. Someone else says, "He's a boy. Don't worry about it." You love your child just the way they are but want to do what's best for them. Parents know when something isn't quite right. You're not alone in this struggle.