My 18 month old daughter uses both hands to pick up objects and to feed herself, but lately she mostly uses her left hand. Should I be giving her things to her right hand so she gets use to being right handed--what my grandmother says I should do, or should I just let her pick her hand herself--what I thought I should just do.... my husband agrees with my grandmother on this and I really didn't think being left handed was such a big deal. I just feel that whatever hand she prefers is ok. What do you all think about this? Like I said right now she does prefer her left hand, can I change that or is that "ingrained" in her?
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