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Once your child begins to walk, he or she is considered a toddler. Although toddlers are still very attached to their caregivers, they want to do things on their own and according to their own wishes. This sets the stage for conflict, confusion, and occasional breakdowns. There is a reason the toddler stage is also called the "terrible twos." Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about toddlers, how to handle temper tantrums, keep toddlers safe, help them grow, and much more.

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Unlock the mysteries of toddler behavior. Plus, tips for coping with your toddler's crazy antics.

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