Unfortunately our little ones can't tell you if their feet are sore cold or cramped well not in so many words. So here is 6 ways you can help to keep your little ones feet happy and healthy.
If you, like me, after the celebrations have finished, temptation invades every corner of your fridge with the haul of Easter eggs the kids have received from family and friends along with the odd block of choccie.
That's why I have put together this "eggcellent" (Chocolate Free) Easter Gift Guide just for you.
Foot shaped shoes Sounds obvious, doesn’t it?
But if you have a close look at your little ones feet compared to your own. You’ll note the shape is quite dramatically different.
Wow! Look at those tiny little feet you’ve created. Perfect little balls of squiggeyness.
Did you know their little feet haven't developed bones yet? That "squige" is just soft and pliable cartilage that will continue to develop up until they turn 5! Their little soles are flat as their arches are still developing too.