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Fitting kids' shoes and understanding foot width can be a challenge. While our little ones grow, their feet continually change in both width and length. It can be especially challenging when your child has wide or narrow feet! It’s important to ensure kids are fitted in the right shoes to encourage natural and healthy foot development to avoid all manner of foot problems.
How can something as ghastly as the stench of stinky feet issue from something as sweet and gentle as your beloved baby? But it’s true. Those supposed angels, your kids, are frequently the source of that foul, overpowering stench. How can this possibly be?!
Depending on their stage of development, your child’s feet have their own unique footwear requirements. Podiatrist Anna Beetham put together this step-by-step guide to help you choose the best shoes for your little one’s future foot health.
Podiatrist Anna Beetham simplifies one of the most important aspects of footwear into easy to use tips to ensure the shoe you are buying is the best size and shape for your child’s feet.
We know babies have their own funny ways of communicating, but your wee darling probably won’t be able to tell you that their feet are sore, cold or cramped. Whether or not they communicate it to you, your baby’s feet need to be looked after. From heel to toe, here are 10 ways you can to take care of baby’s feet.
Find a kids' shoe that fits just right with these shoe fitting hacks and get the right shoe size for your child each and every time.
Part of our commitment to caring for your kid’s feet is to consult experts on the latest kids’ foot research, technology and advice. One of our favourites is podiatrist Anna Beetham. As part of this fruitful partnership, Anna will contribute articles. This is her first post. We hope you enjoy it.
Some of the kids shoe advice makes me want to face palm. It amazes me sometimes how some of these common kids shoe myths prevail, even as we learn increasingly more about children’s foot development.
I’m exposing the following pieces of “advice” as the frauds they are. Have you ever been conned into thinking these suggestions are gospel truth? You wouldn’t be the first. Read on to finally separate fact from fiction and get better shoes for your kids today.