One who toddles; especially, a young child.
A child between the approximate ages of one and three. Prior to age one, children are referred to as infants, and at approximately age three, they become pre-schoolers. The name toddler is used because of the way a young child toddles around when first learning to walk.
a young child, esp. one who is learning or has recently learned to walk.
A child 13 to 36 months of age.
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A child whose age is fifteen (15) months to two (2) years.
This can mean different things in different countries, but usually a child between 18-60 months (1 1/2 to 4 years).
A child aged between one year and three years.
Children between 15 months and 2 years of age. The term may include a child up to 30 months of age depending upon physical or social development.
Toddler is a common term for a child between the ages of one and three years old, although some may consider a toddler as to be between two and five. During this period, the child learns a great deal about social roles and develops motor skills; to toddle is to walk unsteadily. The term cruising is used for toddlers who can not toddle but must hold onto something while walking.