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My son developed a sense of independence at around the same age. Our pediatrician told us it was normal. He rarely cries when he's frustrated, but the frustration clearly shows on his face. My strategy is to praise him for his efforts. When I help him, I try to guide him with broadly applicable advice. For example, when he tries to force Duplo blocks ...


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I would say from your post that your toddler demonstrates a very strong sense of independence. This can actually kick in at various ages, but toddlers do typically want independence once they can move independently. This independence can be of varying levels, but your toddler obviously has an urge to solve problems himself, and if you solve them he is ...



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