Noun(1) a young person of either sex
(1) Every time you go to make love, the baby wakes up or the toddler toddles in.(2) The rest look like they have just been taught how to walk by mischievous older toddlers at the local playgroup.(3) The survey also revealed that one in six parents of babies or toddlers lose their temper with their child every other day.(4) While at play, toddlers and young children are usually in the care of older siblings.(5) The six sessions include giving tips and ideas for playing with young children and toddlers .(6) Those most at risk are babies, toddlers and young adults with cases peaking during winter.(7) There were young babies screaming and toddlers vomiting on the floor.(8) As of August, polio has claimed eight lives in the country, mostly babies and toddlers .(9) But the 2,000 parents of toddlers surveyed said their children were losing the art of inventive, imaginative play which is what toddlerhood should ultimately be about.(10) Just a couple of weeks ago, a study came out in the journal Pediatrics which claimed that TV watching in toddlerhood contributes to attentional problems in the early elementary years.(11) At last check, only one of our girls has made it through toddlerhood unscathed and I no longer believe that the feminine gender enters the world magically imbued with an inner ballerina-like grace.(12) By the time Nat reached toddlerhood , I was being instructed on which classes to sign her up for, which nursery schools to look at, which sports should she play and musical instruments she should master.(13) They came from across the town and ranged from young parents with toddlers to pensioners with walking sticks.(14) This group is for parents or childminders in the area with babies and toddlers .(15) We fell in love with each other when all our children were toddlers .(16) Now rather quaint, the book has just been reissued; it's ideal for reading to babies and toddlers .
1. fry ::
2. nipper ::
3. minor ::
4. tyke ::
5. small fry ::
6. nestling ::
7. youngster ::
8. shaver ::
9. child ::
10. tike ::
11. kid ::
Different Formstiddler, tiddlers
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