Most toddlers should be able to . . .
Feed self with spoon and fork - yes, I love eating on my own
Run well - good at this as well
Brush teeth with help - I don't like this part
String more words together to make phrases or puts together pairs of words - not yet
Some toddlers will probably be able to . . .
Know when something is wrong - I would say "o'oohhh"
Say 20 to 50 words - Didn't count. i think it's less than that
Form recognizable sentences (two or three words) - does "Ayah, nak" counts?
Take off clothes - sure can especially my diaper
Some toddlers could possibly be able to . . .
May show signs of bladder control - I did cross my legs and twitch a bit
Brush teeth and washes hands without help - still need ummi's help
Draw better circles and straighter lines - still scribbling
Take off clothes without help
Pretend to help toys; imitates, such as feeding a doll
Know when something is wrong
Say 20 to 50 words
Start to learn words, possible 5 or more per day
Enjoy helping with things around the house
Start setting small goals
Show better signs of bladder control
Walk up and possible down stairs with some assistance
Start to learn up to 10 new words per day
The next question is When do I start potty training? hehe
Owh, I copied and pasted these info from http://www.thenewparentsguide.com you can go and check it out~
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