Kid-ing with Kayla: How toddlers mark their territory
Toddlers have a unique way of making their presence known, and it often involves leaving a trail of evidence behind them. It’s almost as if they are determined to let everyone know that they “were there.” This is pretty evident when it comes to snacking. Take Allan, for example. He has a thing for marking his territory using snacks. Crumbs, smudges, and sticky fingerprints become the unmistakable signs of his snacking adventures. Let this display of toddlerhood be a reminder that they are exploring the world around them in their unique…and sometimes, messy way… HAHA!
While cleaning up the aftermath of a toddler’s snack time can be a bit of a chore, it’s also a reminder of the precious moments spent with these little explorers. Allan’s insistence on leaving his snacking trail shows his curiosity and the joy he finds in discovering the textures and tastes of different foods. So, even though it may require some extra cleaning, there’s something heartwarming about knowing that Allan, like many toddlers, is making his mark on the world one snack at a time, leaving behind a trail of evidence that he was there and relishing every moment of it.