June 17, 2020 3 min read 0 Comments
There’s no doubt about it: we are obsessed with baby’s feet! Maybe it’s their tiny toes, the compact size or the way they always smell so fresh, but many of us can’t resist giving those little feet a gentle squeeze (or cheeky nibble).
What’s just as important as caring for your little one’s feet is understanding how they develop. We’re sharing five facts about baby’s feet so you can help prevent major foot problems later down the track.
Now that you know a little bit about your baby’s feet, you may now understand why it’s so important to have them in the correct footwear for their growing body.
The bones in your newborn’s feet won’t be well-formed until they’re much older. As your baby is getting used to movement, it’s important to choose footwear that is flexible enough to aid natural movement without impeding soft bone cartilage, tissue or muscles. Soft-soled, leather shoes will provide your baby with the right level of protection, while still allowing your baby’s feet to develop naturally.
Now that you know a little bit more about your baby’s feet, you might want to look for the best baby shoes for your little boy or girl. At Baby Bootique, we can help you find the perfect pair.
At Baby Bootique, we offer a large collection of shoes for every stage. We stock some of the biggest baby footwear brands that meet our meticulous footwear requirements. Not only are they extremely comfortable but they’re made with high attention to detail and quality craftsmanship. We’re parents ourselves, so you’ve got our guarantee that we’ll only stock brands that we’d want our children to wear.
We offer fast and free shipping for all orders in Australia over $100, so now’s a great time to stock up on some wardrobe essentials for your little one. Browse our collection of baby shoes online now. Got questions about any of our products? Pleasecontact us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
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