Recent Examples of toddler from the Web
Mrs Albright was a toddler in 1939 when goose-stepping Nazis drove her family from Czechoslovakia to exile in London.
Then her toddler daughter comes to visit, causing more commotion.
Everyone Was Rooting for Them’ On The Doctors, the girls’ mother talked about the early signs that something wasn’t right with her toddler daughters.
When Krim emailed her, Severino sent a detailed letter describing the two years Yoselyn cared for her toddler son Ariel.
The young Anglo mother of two who simultaneously talks with the doctor while also wrangling her toddler son — who won’t stay strapped in his stroller One. Moment.
Back over at the Wolowitz's remarkably clean house (seriously, did anyone tell the set decorator that there's a toddler and a newborn who live there?), Bernadette and Amy get ready to go out for lunch.
Kapito was married at 13 and has a toddler son named Moses, who squirms on her lap.
However, the Parma resident, who also splits her time in New York City, felt compelled to use her background in sales, marketing, public relations and freelance writing to address an issue that was negatively affecting her toddler son.
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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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