Late last night, my daughter came out of her room to wash her hands. When I asked her why, she said it was because her finger smelled funny because she has put it inside her parts. I don't know if this was a one time thing, was she just exploring?
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Soft knit ensemble with ribbon rosettes. Completely poseable so she can touch her toes! Nothing is sweeter than tiny baby fingers and chubby baby toes - except when your little girl discovers them for herself!
When is enough enough? What does it take to snap us out of our complacency? How many needless deaths does it take to tell us that Indigenous Australia is in deep, deep crisis?
Nostrils filled with water is a key part of growing up. I say live and learn, but with the caveat that not everything that children do needs to be published online. I just thank God that I was the youngest of five and the novelty of documenting had worn off.
We must do something, they cry, and so laws are enacted to criminalize and harshly punish these disgusting miscreants. Careless laws that reach farther and wider than the evil perv sitting on a park bench, eyeing little girls with bad intent. But the passionate advocates will tell the horror stories, capture our deepest fears and unrelenting disgust, and out come the pitchforks as the townsfolk march on.
Scientifically, her birth canal stretches just enough to admit the finger. The finger becomes moist with the secretions in the birth canal. She may feel a phenomenon which is called, 'Pleasure', or she may not. Nothing will happen.
Wrapped around her finger is the worst place you can find yourself in. If you want to do something, just do it. If you want to hold her hand, kiss her, etc.
At age three, your child is developing both the muscular control and the concentration she needs to master many precision finger and hand movements. Now she will be able to trace a square, copy a circle, or scribble freely. This increased sensitivity and control will allow her to build a tower of nine or more cubes, pour water from a pitcher into a cup using two handsunbutton clothes, possibly put large buttons into buttonholes, and use a fork and feed herself independently, spilling between the plate and her mouth only occasionally. She now has the skill to manipulate these objects and is beginning to experiment with using them to make other things.