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To pierce or not to pierce: Earrings can be rite of passage, but also cause problems for young children


WHEATLAND — When Shelby Quinn had girls, she knew she would eventually have their ears pierced.

“It is kind of a given, socially, that girls have their ears pierced,” she said.

She wasn’t as certain about when to do it, but the rural Wheatland mom said she opted to have her daughters’ ears pierced when they were about 3 years old. Then, she figured, it would be something they wanted to have done, but wouldn’t be something they feared.

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Tracy Frank
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