>Does your toddler snore too? Peaches does. I’ve read several articles online about toddler snoring and it made me realize that:

1. Peaches is not a heavy breather. Meaning she does not gasps in between breathe so there’s nothing to worry about.

2. Enlarged or Swelled adenoids can cause snoring

3. If tonsils are too big (which by the way is hereditary) it can also cause snoring. Some toddlers (as early as 2-2.5 years old) got their tonsils removed because of this.

4. Obstruction on the airway

5. Stuffy nasal cavity

I will also ask her Pedia on our next visit. Do you have other points/clarifications to add?
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