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Exploration Time for Your Child

May 02, 2023 2 min read

Exploration Time for Your Child At this phase, your children become increasingly active and their curiosity drives them to walk independently without any help. Ensuring that your kids' shoes fit perfectly is essential to prevent foot injuries, such as blisters. As a parent, you should buy progressively larger shoes as your child grows and measure their feet every 6 to 8 weeks. Feel free to contact us for assistance with fitting.

Fostering Your Child's Development Involving your child in physical activities is crucial to building their confidence. Encourage them to take part in group activities, especially those that involve both you and your partner.

Consider the following activities to support your child's developmental growth:

  1. Attend swimming classes with your little ones.
  2. Engage your children in games that involve throwing, kicking, and running to promote healthy foot development.
  3. Encourage dancing, as the movements are essential for stimulating proper muscle development. These fun activities offer significant benefits for their growth.
  4. Promote muscle activity by taking your child to playgrounds for activities like climbing.

To support your child through their toddling phase, we've designed our shoes with the following features:

  • Toddler shoes are available in various sizes (including half and whole sizes) and widths (Medium or Wide) to accommodate every child.
  • Made from high-quality leather for durability.
  • Breathable linings ensure proper air circulation.
  • Our lightweight children's shoes have non-slip soles for easy walking.
  • Designed to match your child's foot shape and size, with extra room for growth.

Keep in mind that it's essential to give your child's feet some breathing time. Limit the amount of time they spend in shoes, and consider purchasing kids' sandals during the summer months. These sandals offer breathability, durability, flexibility, and are beneficial for your child's feet.

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