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    Do you regard a toddler to be a baby or is it a toddler? My cousin called her son who can walk a baby...
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    My niece walks (she's 2 in November) and she's still 'the baby' to me. She'll be 'baby' to me for a while.
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    When they can wipe/sudocrem their own bums.

    When they start leaving toddler stage is when they stop being babies. Just in the last week my nephew learnt to walk and he's slowly learning to speak. He's almost at toddler stage but he'll always be my baby. :cry2:
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    Tbh, I consider almost every body I've seen as a baby to still be a baby. I don't know why...
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    As soon as they can walk (hence the next stage "toddler").
 
 
 
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