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    needie posted:
    My grand daughter Saph is always picking her nose or she has her fingers in her mouth. I've checked & I don't see anything ,but I'm wondering if there's something else going on. When she puts her fingers in her mouth it's always the thumb & 1st finger. To me it looks like she's holding her tongue. She'll be 5 in January & going to school soon, I'm concerned about these habits. Please help if you can, Thank you
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    crunk05177 responded:
    Has she always done this or is this a new habit?
    Me (29), DH (31), DS1 - Michael (6) and DS2 - Nathan (3 - severe peanut allergy and an egg allergy)


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