Little Mim is a 6-month-old girl born with arthrogryposis. Her thumbs are folded into her palm. Her fingers are flexed with the wrist bent down. Her elbows are flexed as well. I was fitting her to splints to hold the wrist/fingers/thumb/elbow into a better position while sleeping. She had the biggest smile and huge round eyes. Every time I tried to put the splint material on her arm, Mim would lean down wanting to have a finger in her mouth to chew on. She is just starting to teeth and she was wanting to chomp down with her little gums. It was making splinting a bit difficult. Every time I reached toward her, her mouth opened. I finally had to ask the mother to hold her finger in Mim's mouth so I could have my two hands to work.