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2 Year Old Baby (93 to 96 weeks)

Two years old! Your toddler is well on his way to becoming his own person. Over 6 months from now he will most likely master toilet learning, which both in your eyes and his will make him seem even more mature and independent. His every-increasing physical and intellectual skills allow him greater autonomy over feeding and most other areas of self-care. As his abilities come better in sync with his desires, he will be less rebellious. As he develops a better understanding of who he is (self-concept), he will definitely feel less inclined to fight authority on most fronts.

Things your toddler can do AT THIS STAGE

• take off an article of clothing

• build a tower of 4 cubes

• identify 2 items in a picture by pointing

Things your toddler may possibly do AT THIS STAGE

• build a tower of 6 cubes

• throw a ball overhand

• speak and be understood half the time

• identify 1 item in a picture by naming

• identify 4 items in a picture by pointing

Things your toddler may possibly do AT THIS STAGE

• jump up

• pout on an article of clothing

Things your toddler may even be able to do AT THIS STAGE

• draw a vertical line in imitation

• build a tower of 8 cubes

• carry on a conversation of 2 or 3 sentences

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