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7 Habits Your Tots Need to Break and How to Help Them Do It

7 Habits Your Tots Need to Break and How to Help Them Do It

As adorable as kids are, they have some less-than-attractive habits. They say whatever pops into their head, no matter how inappropriate. They bite their nails until they bleed. They dig through their nose and eat whatever that comes out. Sometimes these habits are just a disgusting phase, but if we ignore them for too long, they can lead to larger problems like infections, illnesses, and even depression. But before you send your child to nose pickers anonymous, try treating the problem at home with a few simple solutions. Here are seven ways to help your little one break their bad habit for good.

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