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  • n. Plural form of toddler.


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  • After all, many of the “psychotic” adaptations are common in toddlers, and the “immature” adaptations are essential in later childhood, and they often fade with maturity.

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  • I initially stopped going to Blockbuster when twin toddlers pretty much devoured any time we had for movies.

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  • The house they share with their two toddlers is furnished with her and her husband's artwork (she is an accomplished painter and potter) and has many touches of their own artistic style.

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  • Study shows link between morbid obesity, low IQ in toddlers

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  • This is the setting where Faith, mother of twin toddlers, feels lonely and unhappy.

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  • The third raises her twin toddlers and cares for her dying great-aunt.

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  • "Some parents, educators and pediatricians object that the books will engrave snack-food brands in toddlers impressionable minds, hook them on junk food, and lead to eating problems later in life," Kirkpatrick writes.

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  • The bigger point seems clear: A program to get better, healthier food to low-income expectant moms, their infants and their toddlers should be a no-brainer cornerstone of good food policy.

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  • They should know as toddlers that there is something magic about printed words.

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  • As the mother of a pre-pre-pre-tween girl, which I believe is what they're calling toddlers these days, I was tentatively pleased to see this headline in the



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