My daughter is seven years old and is a twin, my other daughter doesnt and never had a comfort blanket, toy, etc. Its weird because they are identical,well just goes to show you no twins are the same =) But anyways my question is when do you try to put away or get rid of the thing your child clings to?My daughter has this dog that she has had since she was a baby. Omg this think is all torn up from washing it so many times...lol by the way she gets so mad when I wash it because she says it smells good and she doesnt like that...strange??anyways, I told her that we should put him away in a special box and she can open it up when she is older,and she told me no way, she will never give him up. She only uses it for bed, if she doesnt have it she cant sleep.She also uses it when she is upset or tired.What should I do? should I just leave it alone, and not do anything?Also she sucks her tongue when sleeping with it,another comfort.Answer Question
My DD is almost 10 and she still has hers. She mostly just keeps it on her bed. She is not allowed to take it out of the house. I don't think it's hurting anyone. She doesn't suck her thumb, but my sisters son did. He ended up getting some sort of retainer put in his mouth to stop the sucking and fix the damage from years of it.
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