Little feet need looking after. That means buying shoes that fit properly and buying new ones regularly as soon as old ones are outgrown. With children it’s not just a case of waiting for their shoes to need re-heeling or re-soling, much like with adults. It is instead a real necessity that their feet and ability to walk properly aren’t impeded by ill fitting shoes as this can actually do rather a lot of damage to young feet. It’s worth knowing about the different types of shoes available and how they should be fitted, depending on your child’s age:
Summer is coming and it will be time to choose a cute pair of open toe sandals for my toddler. I am excited for the sun and the extra outdoor time during the light evenings. I am also feeling a little sad.
I will miss my Daughter in her wellies. It has now come to that point where they have become too small and will be packed away in my memory box. Usually people keep first vests, socks and trinkets. I have all those things but i cannot part with these little wellies. We have taken many Uk breaks in these wellies, jumped in too many muddy puddles and even had plenty of tantrums. Proud moments of first steps, farm visits and late night walks with an over tired toddler are just a few more of the lovely memories i have.