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Etymology:

toddler +‎ -dom


Noun:

toddlerdom (uncountable) The period or status of being a toddler. 2007 November 16, Beth Quinn Barnard, “Dropping Off My Daughter, at a New Life”, New York Times: First, the inseparable years of her infancy and toddlerdom, when we traveled everywhere in tandem.


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