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toddle in Children topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtoddletod‧dle /ˈtɒdl $ ˈtɑːdl/ verb [intransitive]  1 SSCWALKif a small child toddles, it walks with short unsteady steps2 [always + adverb/preposition] especially British English to walk somewhere, especially in a slow and relaxed way syn stroll Every afternoon, Marge would toddle down to the library.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
toddleFor my three children, walking, toddling and cycling in the park has become a much more pleasant experience.I was toddling around at the time getting into mischief the way any normal, healthy three-year-old boy does.He is just now beginning to toddle around the house.When I last saw him, he was fourteen months old and just beginning to toddle around without falling down too much.Catching sight of the two arriving, the old fellow, adjusting his robe, came toddling forward to show them around.This huge machine toddled in a courtyard, deliberating at each step.I toddled off to the kitchen.He becomes sullen toward his wife, and for the first time he roughs up his toddling son.I toddled through the gate and made for the tree because it was studded all over with soft dark fruit.