Quirks are a funny thing. We all have them. But in the autism world it is called stimming.
"Stimming is a repetitive body movement, such as hand flapping, that is hypothesized to stimulate one or more senses. The term is shorthand for self- stimulation."
Stimming is an action that a child does in order to self soothe. Daniel's stims range from month to month, so I never know what he'll do next.
But I want to mention my quirk or "stim." My quirk dates back to when I was 12 years old. And anyone in my family can tell you what it is if they think hard enough. My mom introduced it to me without her even knowing. I remember watching her thinking so was crazy. But there she was, happy…