and she finds her fingers...and I am not sure which one is worse. We took the paci from Avery when she was 13 months old...(for her mother is a dental hygienist who is a nut about anything teeth related...YES, I even Floss :) and when she was about 15-16 months, she and Brenly were playing in her room and at the VERY bottom of her toybox she spotted it...a long lost paci!! AND the love for that thing was rekindled and perhaps even stronger than before...SHE LOVED IT! and we let her have it for a week or two...only to remember what a hassle it was! When we lost it (remember we only had that one!) It was traumatic! So we quickly remembered why we didn't like it in the first place (other than the fact that it was messing up her alignment and her occlusion!) So we have recently, within the last month...have been noticing that she has replaced the paci for her fingers...three of them to be exact, on the right hand....The pointer finger of the other hand goes in the tail of her lamby (I know, it sounds a little disturbing...) and so I had to take a picture of her, so that we would remember exactly why we are going to have to spend thousands on orthodontia in the years to come!