On Becoming Pre-Toddlerwise: From Babyhood to Toddlerhood (Parenting Your Twelve to Eighteen Month Old)
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On Becoming Pre-Toddlerwise: From Babyhood to Toddlerhood (Parenting Your Twelve to Eighteen Month Old)  -     By: Gary Ezzo, Robert Bucknam
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Title: On Becoming Pre-Toddlerwise: From Babyhood to Toddlerhood (Parenting Your Twelve to Eighteen Month Old)
By: Gary Ezzo, Robert Bucknam
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Parent-Wise Solutions, Inc.
Publication Date: 2009
Dimensions: 8.10 X 5.10 X 0.60 (inches)
Weight: 6 ounces
ISBN: 1932740112
ISBN-13: 9781932740110
Series: On Becoming
Stock No: WW740112

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You help your son blow out his first birthday candle and Great Aunt Lilly proclaims, "He's a toddler now " Not so fast The period between 12 and 18 months places a child on a one-way bridge to the future. Infancy is a thing of the past, and toddlerhood is straight ahead. A baby still? Not really, but neither is he a toddler; and that is the key to understanding this phase of growth. Take a couple of photos, because the child leaving infancy will not resemble the child entering toddlerhood six months down the road. This is a period of metamorphosis when his potential for learning seems limitless, his budding curiosity unquenchable and his energy level steadily growing.

This is also a period of great exchange: baby food is exchanged for table food; the highchair for booster seat; finger feeding replaced with spoon; babbling sounds will transition to speaking; the first unsteady steps are conquered by strides of confidence, and the list goes on.

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