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    One minute, he will shadow you for security; the next minute, he darts away in hot pursuit of some intriguing object. This ambivalence of dependence and independence – and the desire to explore – bring emotional outbursts of delight, laughter, fears, anger, and temper tantrums when overloaded. Your toddler not only experiences feelings, but now has the ability to express them.
     
     
    Photography by Ocs Alvarez
     
     
     
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