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    AndrewTheEmu is offline Bubhub Ambassador - tongue in cheek
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    Default Dds nails don't seem to ever grow.

    Dd is now 2 1/4 years old and I havnt trimmed her nails since she was a NB.

    I think the last time I had to cut her nails she was about 4 mnths old and I've NEVER cut her toe nails.

    I just did a quick google but nothing really came up.

    I know the condition of hair, skin & nails is a big indication of health. Should I be concerned?

    She still drinks about 500ml of FC milk a day so she's getting plenty of calcium.

    Thanks in advance. Random I know.

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    I do have to cut DS' finger nails regularly cos they grow quite fast. However, I do notice I hardly have to cut his toe nails and wonder if this is normal. Maybe his toe nails need a trim once in many months since he was NB. He is now 7. So is that normal?? I am curious too.


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