i think it's a normal phase when they discover that little hole that their finger fits so perfectly inside. i wouldn't worry about it.
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Dr. Sear's recommends gently squeezing and rubbing both sides of the nose from the top to the tip because children often pick their nose because something inside is irritating them. I taught my dd how to do this herself and it helps a lot.
It could be that. Sometimes if it's quite dry that makes it irritable, so we would sometimes moisturize the inside of the nose.
Another thing is it might be a form of self-soothing. It was like that for my DS for a while. So, you might want to try and see if something like stroking a hanky may be useful. Or even twiddling her thumbs.
When she gets older, you can start reminding "bad habit". When DS got to be older, I would sometimes suggest that if he wanted to pick his nose, he go into the bathroom to do it - so others didn't ahev to watch.
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