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Developmental Concerns:Shoes for Your Baby
2007-09-03
Name: Editor Do you believe that toddlers should wear shoes? What baby shoes are the best? How do you make your child wear them?
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2008-02-29
#1
Name: Sindhuja
Subject:  Barefoot
At home, allow your child to be barefoot. But when you go out, shoes are a must. They protect your child' s feet.
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2007-09-06
#2
Name: Rajan
Subject:  Help!
My child finds shoes so uncomfortable that he keeps kicking them off. Whats worse he keeps loosing them as well. Any suggestions how to get him to stop this habit
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2007-09-06
#3
Name: Sudhir
Subject:  Rajan
Firstly relax. If your child keeps kicking his shoes off he probably doesn´ t need them. If uyou must have him wear shoes, try to get him used to socks first, then try him on very light shoes.

The point is not to get him to wear shoes at any cost, but do so in a way that makes him feel that wearing them is as as natural as sleeping or eating. Best of luck
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2007-09-06
#4
Name: Padma
Subject:  Hi
Does anyone here know a good brand of shoes for a two-year old? My child always gets blisters and sores from most other brands....
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2009-08-14
#5
Name: Sudha
Subject:  Brand
Try out Lilliput brand. They are really comfortable. Always wear socks with the shoes that will be more comfortable.
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2007-09-07
#6
Name: Rati
Subject:  Child shoes
Young children´ s shoes must be soft and padded on the inner side. Also, you could make your child wear light cotton socks. Your child could also be sensitve or allergic to the material of the shoe. Might be a good idea to take medical opinion on this.
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2007-09-04
#7
Name: Kritika
Subject:  Difficult decision
You have touched an important and not regularly discussed topic. Buying the correct shoes for my children is similar to buying the efficient toothbrush for them. Any one has any other tips? Please share...
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2007-09-04
#8
Name: Brajesh
Subject:  Shoes can be traumatic
The first shoes can be traumatic for a child. When I was taken to the store for my first shoes, so the family story runs, my grandmother living across the road a few blocks away, heard me bawling.
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2007-09-04
#9
Name: Shahnawaz
Subject:  Trust women
Trust women to make a mountain of a mole hole. You want shoes, you go buy them. Period! No too much thinking, etc.
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2007-09-04
#10
Name: Maitreyi Borah
Subject:  Unnecessary
I do not think children really need to wear shoes. In Ayurved, we are told that walking around barefeet especially on grass is very good for your eyes.
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2007-09-05
#11
Name: Shian
Subject:  Maitreyi
And where will you get grass in todays age... will artificial turf do?..lol.
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