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Mar 17, 2020

When your child reaches the age of 12 months, they have arrived at toddlerhood. They may resemble mini-adults with big personalities and lofty opinions that may consist of the word “No”. They are, however, also incredibly lovable and great to be around.

This is the introduction to a series of articles entitled “What To Expect With A Toddler”. You can look forward to learning about specific toddler topics, including:

Milestones — the journey from walking to running, many more words and a ton of babbling

Difficulties — teething, being gentle while playing, and temper tantrums

Sleeping — escaping from their cot and transitioning from a cot to a toddler bed

Eating — planning meals and picky eating

Development and confidence — coordination with colouring and other crafts, separation anxiety and overall awareness

The series of articles will also be broken up further into these age groups:

  • 15 months
  • 18 months
  • 24 months
  • 36 months

The first 12 months of your baby’s life was an exciting, sometimes exhausting journey. Now you are in for some truly fascinating developments.

Written by Chelsea D.
Chelsea is a mum of one and pregnant with another. She writes about pregnancy, parenting, and loving your body.


All articles are provided as general information and are not intended, nor may it be construed, as medical advice or instruction. Information and opinions expressed are believed to be correct and accurate to the best knowledge and judgement of the authors. Readers should consult their appropriately qualified health care professional prior to taking any action or inaction.

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