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Baby Shoes Buying Advise

By Amy Chan

Infant footwear plays an important role in the growth of babies and it is quite exciting to shop for baby clothes and accessories especially with all the cute little styles that are designed for babies and toddlers. They all come in different shapes, sizes, and colors. And, at times, you can also choose styles depending on texture of the material.

It’s essential to note that like adults’ shoes, there’s so much to choose from for babies. The reason for wearing one may be different though — for infants, shoes are worn to protect the feet from the cold weather. At this stage, babies’ feet are still developmental and thus, the shoes they wear should not be a cause to inhibit feet growth.

Since infants just lie down on their back or on their belly, the need for a pair of shoes is not necessary. Socks are enough to keep them warm, and yet, you see parents who buy shoes and let their infants wear one just because they look good on the baby. For the baby, however, having warm feet is enough already.

If you still insist on having the baby wear shoes, choose the really soft soled shoes to ensure that baby is comfortable while wearing it, and at the same time, will still allow muscle growth. Choose the cute designs with flowers and butterflies for girls, and the bees, cars, or trucks for the little boys. Cute shoe designs add to the cuteness factor of a baby.

On the other hand, hard soled shoes are a disadvantage for infants because aside from inhibiting movement of the child, they are also heavy to wear. But, as the baby grows, you may gradually introduce hard soled shoes as these will add further protection to the feet especially when the baby walks on concrete floors.

For lots more ideas regarding baby apparel, go to the author’s internet site that covers baby dresses as well as toddler tennis shoes.

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Chan, Amy "Baby Shoes Buying Advise." Baby Shoes Buying Advise. 23 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 26 Dec 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/home-and-family/babies-toddler/baby-shoes-buying-advise/>.

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