my middle daughter is 2 and a half, and she has always HATED getting her hands dirty. out of my 3 kids, she was the one who didn't touch her smash cake at her first birthday. she merely poked at it with her pointer finger. then, the Christmas she was one and last Christmas, i made home-made gifts for my parents and the inlaws that consisted of handpaint and wooden "plates", i had each of my children dip their hands in the paint and press them on the plates to make handprints. both years she CRIED when i smushed her hands in the paint. she is also very particular at mealtimes, she eats very carefully and slowly, taking her time to eliminate getting herself dirty. if we're outside playing and she gets the slightest bit of anything on her hands, if rubbing it off on her shirt doesn't work she'll stop what she's doing to come run to me until the "yucky" stuff is gone. and most strangely, she uses her feet to wipe her tears as a last resort. she had a potty accident and my husband laid her on the floor to wipe her, she gets sooo upset when she poops/pees on herself that she cries hysterically, so she was naked while he was cleaning her, nothing was within reach for her to grab and wipe her tears away with, so she grabbed her foot and used her toes to wipe her tears. WOW! that was the weirdest of all. is this something i should address with her pediatrician? or are some kids just anti-messy?
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