There are different little things that make each child's autism diagnosis their own. These differences very in degree and my two youngest daughters are a prime example.
Kassandra (Kassie), 8 years old, has a very hard time with sensory, especially clothes and refuses to wear jeans.
Josephine (Joey), 6 years old, also has the same sensory issues but on her own, one day, came out of her bedroom wearing a pair of jeans. (I always keep one pair on hand, just in case). She said to me, "Mommy look! I look so grown up!" As she came down the stairs to show her brother and sister, I had tears falling down from my eyes. She did look so grown up!
My heart was full of joy that day. As I watched my little girl in her sweet pair of jeans. These little differences make our children unique. Autism is not a cookie cutter diagnosis, each of our children are different, each with their own struggles and strengths.