Toddlers skateboarding tricks, and some of the best, are getting a new name this season.
Toddler, a term used to describe an infant skateboarder, was named for a little boy, Todd, who was born on October 19, 2011.
Todd was named after the children’s book The Little Toddler and the Big Toddler.
Here’s what the kids’ book had to say about the new name: “The name Toddler is an homage to a little girl from The Little Boy’s Guide to the World: “He is a skateboard rider with a love of his own skateboard.
He was the youngest of three boys born on November 2, 1959 in a small village in Switzerland.
He’s a true delight.
He is a true little boy.
“”He loves to ride, loves to go on a skate, loves riding his own board and he likes riding on it when he wants to.
He loves to be happy.
“Todd is also the name of the baby skateboard that has been named after him by the Skateboarders’ Guild of America.
“And when he’s in a big city, he’s like, ‘What the hell is this?'” “
He’s the little guy, and he loves to skate, he loves riding, he likes going on a ride and he’s very much in love with the Tug, which he loves,” said the Skateshop Guild of the United States in a press release.
“And when he’s in a big city, he’s like, ‘What the hell is this?'”
Todd’s skateboard has now been named the Tungra, which is a nod to the word “tundra,” which means snow.
“This is the best name we could have,” said Matt Schmitz, the founder and executive director of the Skaters Guild of Canada.
“I don’t think any name has captured this kind of joy and love and the joy that skateboarding can bring.
We’ve been working with Todd for a long time, and it’s a real honor to finally have this new name.”
Todd and his new skateboard are set to debut at the first annual Tungruma International Skate Show on November 6 at the Royal Canadian Navy’s National Maritime Museum.
This year’s show is expected to draw a record attendance of over 300,000 skaters and enthusiasts from all over the world.
The Tungre Skate shows have been held annually since 2009, and they continue to grow each year.
“Every year, the Skating Guild of North America gets so excited about what the world can do with skateboarding,” said Schmitze.
“We are excited to continue this tradition of skateboarding at the TUNC show and beyond.”
The skateboarding community is celebrating with a special skate festival, which will be held on November 1 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
There will be three days of skate festivals around the world, each one featuring skateboarding legends and artists, along with skateboard vendors.
The event will also feature the debut of the Toddler Skate, the first new skate board to be named after Todd in nearly 50 years.