from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being a baby; infancy.
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- noun The state or period of infancy.
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- noun The state or period of
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- noun the earliest state of immaturity
- noun the early stage of growth or development
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July 01, 2004 at 12: 25 PM thanks lucinda! doesn't the first year go by so fast. i also feel sad that her babyhood is almost over: it has been such a lovely time, one she'll never have again. i just try to make sure i enjoy it as much as i can - no third babe for us.
Yeah, way to go to extremes … I just figured, babyhood is over?
If young women continue in babyhood, not understanding the meaning of getting fully dressed or wearing clothing, they will not understand the meaning of spiritual clothing.
The babyhood is slipping away, the times to hold him are fewer and far between.
She moves so quickly; her babyhood is slipping away, even as I sleep.
The Not Sleeping part of babyhood is so awful, so crazy-making.
I'll pass along something I wish I'd known -- babyhood is very, very short.
Now, during her babyhood, is not, I know, the time to be full-out stressing about that.
And even Sunny Baudelaire, who had recently passed out of babyhood, is a phenomenon all to herself, not only for her very sharp teeth, which had helped the Baudelaires in a number of unpleasant circumstances, but also for her newfound skills as a cook, which had fed the Baudelaires in a number of unpleasant circumstances.
But there was one matter for distress - in babyhood Jamie developed hyperactive and autistic behaviour and in 1961 he was placed in Smith Falls