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By almost jobless / Wednesday 11 July 2012 18:26 / United States
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By  Dallasluver19  |  14

Wow. That sucks, for the baby and mom. U should of been smart and let the mom help her child. It's a baby! Not a toddler! Be more careful.

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  car8o8line  |  5

"not a toddler"? So it's ok to injure a toddler...?

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My child is considered a toddler but I still refer to her as the baby... There really is no indication of age. My daughter could stand at 5 months when she was clearly still a "baby"

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  MrSassypants  |  31

Well, there is, but you are just using the definition incorrectly. A baby is defined as a very young child; one newly or recently born. A toddler is described as a child between the ages of one and five. There you go, madam. Now you never have to misuse the term. Now you can use these terms correctly, or like me, correct people who misuse it. :)

By  Dallasluver19  |  14

Wow. That sucks, for the baby and mom. U should of been smart and let the mom help her child. It's a baby! Not a toddler! Be more careful.

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  Shrike  |  22

*All hail the grammar Nazis. Thank you for trying to save the English language from being repeatedly raped by illiterate morons. But I see how easy that typo is to make, anythingmustbe, so I'm not going to bust your balls too badly. You're welcome.

By  glomb10  |  8

Mby next time the mom knows better

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  MindFreakazoid  |  10

Or maybe 1 was trying to say "Moby next time mom knows better" I suppose OP's name is Moby and every other person is now one, and not as good as 'mom'. :3

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