Viewers will remember what it's like to be two years old again in this delightful portrait of Nick Spears at age two. Shot by his dad and edited by Alex Searls, this is the home movie that kept growing.
All the nuances and challenges of toddlerhood are on display in Toddlin'. Viewers will learn how to play "slow-fast" and "look away-lookback." They will ride the carousel, walk the track, learn the alphabet, eat a peach, play tennis, watch trains, make funny sounds in the bathtub, run wild with friends, and most important of all, "play too-toos at a too-too store." The age of two years old will never seem less terrible.
Toddlin' has proved to be equally popular with child-loving grown-ups and with other toddlers, many of whom ask again and again to watch "Nick," who is kind of a two-year-old version of Tom Sawyer—sweet, funny, and always ready for an adventure.
If you love babies, if you are thinking of having a baby, if you are working with babies, or if you are studying babies, Toddlin' will fill your mind and warm your heart.
Toddlin' is Part One of the trilogy Father and Son.