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When you’re looking for shoes for your little one, things like quality, breathability, flexibility and light-weightedness come into play. But beyond that, you need to consider the shape of your child’s feet.
Those well-loved kicks will have to retire one day and any parent will tell you this isn’t a once-in-a-blue-moon occasion, so here are 5 signs it's time to buy new shoes for your child.
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.
Some people swear by dressing their one-day-old in rigid high tops, while others insist on letting their kids run barefoot as long as possible. Who are you supposed to believe?! There’s a lot of ill-informed advice out there. So, we’ve summed it up nice and simple with a pros and cons list below on whether your child should go barefoot.
It can be hard to imagine that in a matter of months your baby's tiny feet can double in size. As they get older their bones and muscles develop into a leaner, longer and wider foot, but it isn’t fully developed until their mid-teens. So how fast exactly do kids’ feet grow?
Kids will never pass up the chance to jump in a puddle or play hide-and-go-seek in ridiculous nooks and crannies.
All this running around results in some messy, stinky shoes that are in desperate need of a thorough clean. So what’s the best way to clean their shoes?
Find out how to clean dirty suede shoes, muddy leather shoes and grimy canvas shoes, as well as how to banish that stink for good!
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?!