His comprehension/receptive speech falls within the normal range (albeit, on the lower end). While this is great, they average the receptive speech score with the expressive speech score. He's been determined to be delayed (and quite significantly with the expressive speech), but he's not two full standard deviations below the norm (he's like 1.5 or 1.75), so he doesn't qualify for services.
I did ask for some ideas on how to work with him on our own. She encouraged using signs and would like us to read books with him. The latter should be interesting since he acts like he's being abused when we try to look at books (and we've tried ev.er.y.thing. -- doing it at bedtime with a bottle...he'll refuse the bottle. Letting him pick the book out at the store. Choosing books with flaps or textures. He won't have any of it. Even the speech pathologist was surprised at the intensity of his book aversion!)
She'll check in with us monthly and did agree to re-review him a bit early, prior to the baby coming. Hopefully we'll see major improvement before then, but it's nice to know they don't just test them once and then write them off.
Thanks for listening to me through all this.