Best Baby Shoes for Beginning Walkers

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We followed the AAP recommendations to find the best baby shoes for your beginning walker.

What is more exciting than watching your baby take her first steps? Now that she’s on the move, you may want to consider purchasing her first pair of baby shoes. With so many styles of baby shoes on the market, which ones are the best choice for a new walker?

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advises that children learn to walk by gripping their toes on the ground, and they don’t need arch support.

At home, go ahead and leave your little one barefoot to promote natural foot development. The AAP does warn however, that when surfaces are uneven, rocky, hot or cold, shoes should be worn to protect your child’s sensitive feet.

Also, when choosing shoes, the AAP recommends styles that are lightweight and flexible to support natural foot movement, made of leather or mesh so your child’s feet can breathe.

One safe bet for cute and healthy baby shoes is pediped®.

Developed by a mom looking for the healthiest footwear for her child, pediped® shoes are designed to AAP and American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) standards. Plus, they come in over 120 styles from infant to big kid sizes. So go ahead and pick out some new kicks for your little one!

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About pediped®:

Exceptional quality, unsurpassed comfort, and distinctive styling have made pediped® Footwear the fastest growing children’s footwear brand in the United States. pediped® Footwear has been awarded the American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance, as well as many industry accolades, for creating shoes that promote healthy foot development. Offering of more than 120 designs for boys and girls their award-winning footwear is available in EU sizes 17 to 38 (US newborn to 6 Youth).

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