Our little guy is almost 3 years of age, and as much as he's 'our little boy' (or to him 'a big boy') we still project the image of a baby on him. But we both know he's not a baby any more, 'cause he's definitely gone past that. But I thought I'd ask and see what the community thinks. When is a child officially not a baby any more?
asked 29 Aug '10, 22:55
Personally I've always thought they were a baby until they could walk and a toddler until they were out of nappies. Of course, that's specific to cultures that use nappies.
answered 03 Sep '10, 15:52