You are 70 months old today.
One thing that does not seem to be a stage, though, is your need for perfection and your sensory issues related to clothing. As for the former, it most manifests itself when playing your flute. I think you fully expect that you will be able to pick up your flute after a few days of not practicing and play every note pitch perfect with next-to-no effort on your part. You are amazingly and wretchedly unhappy when you hear that this is not the case and proceed to have major tantrums for the duration of practice. You will self-sabotage in order to make your case clearer by blowing so hard into the flute that the notes come out shrill, or not at all, saying, "SEE?!!! I CAN'T HIT THE NOTES!!!"
As for your clothing issues, we are now down to 1.5 pairs of pants that you have deemed "passable" for wearing. Every.Single.Morning is an exercise in extreme patience on my part as you proclaim the 15 pairs of pants in the closet "too small", "too tight", "too loose", "too long", "too short". When you do finally put something on, you immediately start tugging and pulling until it is in the location that will prove how wrong they are for you: pulled down around your thighs to show they are too long or are too baggy in the crotch, jacked up around your chest to indicate they are too short or are crawling up your rear, sucking your stomach in to show how loose they are or, conversely, sticking your stomach out to show how tight the waistband is. Mama may need to pour a little toddy into her morning coffee if you keep this up.
You have also taken to wearing hoodies almost exclusively, even in the classroom. You say it helps keep your neck warm but your teacher and I think more likely it helps you tune out the noise and visual distractions so you can focus.
You are beautiful inside and out (but especially when you don't have your tongue sticking out at me...).