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Choosing shoes for your little one can be a daunting task. The tips below help you choose the perfect shoes for your child.
(1) Act effectively: You can avoid buying shoes until your baby starts walking. For the first pair of shoes it is recommended that you visit a shoe store for children where you can meet trained staff. These people are well aware of measuring the width and length of your child's foot.
(2) Search for the best fit: Go to brands designed exclusively for toddlers. Shoes for toddlers are usually made of lightweight materials such as high quality mesh or leather. The shoe for your child should contain a roomy toe box, but still fit nicely when the child is making movements. You can also watch out for shoes that have removable inserts.
(3) Omit extra effort: The two functions that parents do not have to worry about are ankle and arch support. Flat feet are good for toddlers who have arches in the developmental stage. The baby's ankles must also be free so that the muscles are built and injuries are prevented. It is advisable to avoid buying high-heeled shoes as they cause the risk of ankle injuries when toddlers fall.
(4) Test them: Once you've got a shoe that fits well, have your child walk around the shoe store. Watch out for a slippery or loose heel as the child walks and also for red marks on the foot after removing the shoes.
(5) Examine the foot: Toddlers' feet grow rapidly and are usually enlarged after every three to three months. If your child likes to wear the shoes for months and suddenly begins to take them off, rub his feet, jump around, these are signs that your baby is ready for a whole new pair.
(6) Refrain from shoes used: Buying footwear for your children can be a costly business, especially because you have to replace them after a few months. But don't hand me down shoes for your child while still mastering motor skills such as jumping, running and walking. Only a new shoe can perfectly adapt to your child's growing foot. Since the two feet are not the same, so buying new shoes guarantees that the inside of the shoe is not formed to any other foot.