My youngest daughter who just turned 2 never smiles. When she laughs she looks like she is terrified, her brows furrow but she is laughing. If you tickle her she appears to be laughing but again her face looks like she is in pain. She has had febrile seizures over the past year, but seems to be out growing them. The neurologist we saw says that some kids are just sensitive to touch (i.e. her not enjoying being tickled). However I am concerned that she does not smile. She is hitting all other milestones, walked on time, talks in short phrases, is relatively social...
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