Published Friday, 26 October 2012
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On Friday, Dungannon Crown Court heard her 27-year-old mother told police that Millie had always been a "playful... affectionate" little girl but became "clingy at home".
Millie was 15 months old when she died from head injuries in December 2009.
Martin, from Main Street in Kesh, put the changes down to being possibly jealous of her then partner, Barry McCarney.
McCarney, from Woodview Crescent, Trillick, denies murdering and sexually and physically assaulting baby Millie.
The jury heard that although the little girl was fine at her grandmother's house, she was different at home.
"At home she didn't really go near Barry that much," Martin explained to police, adding she "thought it's cause she's jealous of him being with me... she may have felt a wee bit jealous".
Martin said McCarney had called her saying baby Millie was "blue around the mouth" but when she rushed to the bedroom, she said Martin noticed a lump on her daughter's forehead.
Martin told police you could not have missed the injury, but what surprised her more was the fact the Millie wasn't crying.
"I can't, I can't understand how she didn't cry, how she wouldn't cry," said Martin, who added later if she had somehow bumped her head she would have "squealed" and complained about it for days.
The trial has been adjourned for the mid-term break, to continue on Monday week.