Recent Examples of toddler from the Web
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Toddler tomes, they are meant to resonate most ringingly with progressive millennials and their tiniest charges, some still in onesies, others not yet potty trained.
A baby’s cry, a toddler’s hug, a kindergartner’s bid for independence — all of this reawakens dormant memories of how we were loved as children, memories with potential to haunt us like ghosts.
Blue, then 11, was the older brother of a toddler who had been killed by his mother's boyfriend and his mom had gone to prison on a related conviction.
According to California state law, toddlers under two years old have to sit in rear-facing car seats.
As toddlers, the girls, who were born to British parents in Tokyo, moved to California with their mother following their father's affair with the maid.
Eduardo Aleman, 26, is charged with a felony count of first-degree murder in conection with the death of a toddler in Little Village.
Investigators believe the toddler fell in the unattended pool.
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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
Definition of toddler for Students
: a small child
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