Children grow quickly! Have the little ones measured every 3 to 4 months.
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Poorly fitting children’s shoes can cause a number of problems in adulthood. Such as hammer toes, ingrown toenails, foot corns, calluses and bunions. Given the high level of pain and discomfort that these problems can cause, it is obviously logical to attempt to prevent these problems by ensuring that the child’s shoe is fitted appropriately. Foot problems in children are usually preventable.
The most important factor in shoes for a child is that they fit.
Preferably, this means that the shoes are fitted by someone who has special training in the fitting of children’s footwear.
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