We must protect the baby’s footsteps!
- But first we have to let them develop … at the beginning, you’d prefer the bump option!
When the temperature goes down, opts for soft, textile, or knitted shoes to heat the titties!
Advice: during the first months of learning, let your son, whenever possible, walk blimp. Thus, it favors its correct growth and stimulates the muscles of the lower limbs, according to the experts.
- From the moment your baby begins to walk regularly, don’t hesitate: you can move to the footwear especially thought for the first steps!
Perfectly adapted to the anatomy of its feet, it is designed to ensure its stability while it walks, while at the same time ensuring support and comfort. At this stage of growth, the development of the bones and the muscles of the foot is continuous. So to find the ideal footwear for your baby, we have created a guide with what you cannot forget at the time of choice.
7 Tips for making your footwear guide from birth to first steps
- Select footwear for early steps for good foot support:
Choose models with the broadest biker to let your son’s toes move freely, without being too tight.
And don’t shut him up too big so that his foot won’t run or heat it with friction.
- Never forget that the footwear must adapt at the foot of the child and never the other way around.
- In the first three years, focus on the models with the barrel slightly up or with a high and slightly rigid barrel to tightly hold the ankle. With counter-strength and, even better, supplementary lateral reinforcements, the heel and the foot are quite safe! As an alternative, opt for a slanted footwear to voluntarily work on your son’s ankles to strengthen them.
- Choose footwear with padded back ankle for a better comfort at the level of the malleoli and a good protection of Achilles’ tendon, the important thing is that they wrap their feet well without squeezing them.
- With attackers, self-adhesive clip or adjustable buckles, the important thing is that they wrap their feet well without squeezing them.
- Prefers footwear with the interior made of skin. This material is ideal because it allows for better respiration and limits the perspiration that often causes bubbles.
- Smooth smooth, flexible (endowed with bending notches) and very light: for greater stability, nothing better than a tail shaft, in elastomer or crepe to avoid the risk of slipping.
- Regularly check your child’s growth: time passes very quickly and will be surprised by the speed with which the foot evolves!
On average, a child between 1 and 2 years should change footwear every 3 or 4 months.
A simple indication of control: when you wear the shoe and when you’re on your feet, make sure that your toes, and especially the big toe, don’t touch the biker of the shoe.