Two-year-olds have adopted the heel-to-toe adult walking style instead of the characteristically stiff, spread-legged gait of young toddlers. Their growing coordination allows them to maneuver their bodies more skillfully. They can bend over without falling, walk backward, and gradually turn corners.
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