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DD adores ripping up magazines, but quite a lot of the paper seems to end up in her mouth sooner or later. I've read that magazine and newspaper print is toxic, so should I put a stop to her fun? Or just keep her intake to a minimum?!
The ink is toxic, but I doubt that a baby could eat enough to make themselves ill. That said, I wouldn't let the baby just get on with it - the paper alone could give her a blockage! I would be inclined only to let her rip under supervision so that you can keep the intake to minimum. If you see that the ink marks her at all, take it away at once because I think that 'loose' inks are more likely to be absorbed than ink which are well-fixed to teh paper.