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Which is not an example of the typical toddler behavior?

1.toddlers are fairly capble of
self-feeding
2.toddlers don't like food mixtures
3.toddlers show decided food preferences
4.toddlers present a consistently
good appetite
Would 2 be the best answer?

I would think about 4 also....I have found that appetite is a variable; and I have found that I could mix applesause with almost anything. <G>

As the mom of 3 toddlers I'd have to say all of the above depending on which child you were talking about! But to pick only two choices I'd say 1, and 3.

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