Recent Examples of toddler from the Web
The toddler and Mendez's 3-year-old were photographed, records state.
With him are his wife and toddler and infant sons, four of the roughly 500 indigenous Warao people of Venezuela seeking refuge in the Brazilian city of Manaus.
After the fire was put out, officers discovered the toddler in his car seat.
These would swathe the floor of their home, to the delight of her toddler, and to the amused bewilderment of her tidy-minded Czech husband.
Two women accused of beating a toddler to death will not be prosecuted by Orange-Osceola State Attorney Aramis Ayala, Gov. Rick Scott announced Monday.
Of course, in some regards toddlers still have the advantage.
With no child care, K. is forced to leave the toddler at home with her parents in their village, a journey of about 90 minutes away by motorbike across the rice fields.
Two toddlers died on Monday in the Bronx after they were found unconscious in their beds in the middle of the night, the police said.
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First Known Use of toddler
TODDLER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of toddler for English Language Learners
: a young child who is just learning to walk
TODDLER Defined for Kids
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