A 6-WEEK-OLD girl with no other medical problems was brought to the otolaryngology clinic for a mass on her tongue causing mild difficulty in feeding. A history of neonatal meconium delivery was reported for which the child was hospitalized for a week. During the hospitalization, she was noted to have a whitish, scooped-out lesion on the dorsum of the tongue in the same area as her current lesion; this was felt to be a fungal infection and was treated with antifungals. The tumor had grown in the area from the time of birth to the time of presentation. There were no associated respiratory problems.