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Developmental Concerns:Buying Shoes for a Toddler
2012-05-21
Name: Editor How to buy the right shoes for a toddler? When to buy the shoes for a toddler? How to check the shoe fitness for a toddler?

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2012-06-13
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Name: Preetam
Subject:  First Pair of shoes
There is much of homework to do before buying the first pair of shoes for your toddler. Shoes should be light and soft with a good fit. The shoe should be well supporting. For more information, read Buying shoes for Toddler at Indiaparenting.
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2012-06-13
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Name: Hema
Subject:  Buying Shoes
My son is has now learned to walk. I am thinking of buying shoes for him. Where can I buy best quality baby shoes? Could you suggest some good brands for toddler shoes?
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2012-06-13
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Name: Shynal
Subject:  Baby Shoes
I think you should wait some more before buying shoes for your baby. As he has just learned to walk so you must wait for at least 3-4 weeks so that he learns proper walking. He will be more confident in walking when barefoot.
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