Newborn Shoes

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Shoes For The Newborn Baby

Shopping for shoes for a newborn baby is always exciting, but it can also be challenging. If the shoes are not properly fitted they could turn out to be uncomfortable for the child. Finding the right shoes for your newborn baby requires a little patience and research, but it is well worth it in the end, knowing that your baby is happy and comfortable. If you observe these suggestions you will be able to buy really good shoes for your child.

CONVERSE Baby Hat & Sock Set (0-6 Months)

CONVERSE Baby Hat & Sock Set (0-6 Months)

The Converse All Star Babies Hat and sock set is the cutest of sets for your little one. Sock booties and beanie keep feet and head warm and safe. With trademark All Star logo accents on both….

Zehui Lovely Warm Soft Baby Infant Toddler Boy Girl Leopard Shoes 0-18 Month

Zehui Lovely Warm Soft Baby Infant Toddler Boy Girl Leopard Shoes 0-18 Month

Convenient wear , not easy to fall off Head wide design, more comfortable to baby wear Making your little princess and prince stand out is our motivacation . Soft prewalker sole Perfect for learning walk A great gift to your baby Suitable for This season and never outdate Color: Golden With Leopard Quantity: 1 Pair Size:11, 12, 13…

1. Always measure the feet of the baby. Don’t assume that all newborn shoes will fit all newly born babies. Never use solely the label as your guide to making sure that they shoes fit properly.  Different manufacturers have different shoe sizes and babies feet can vary largely in size, both in width and length.

2. Buy the newborn shoes from a baby shoe specialist, not from the supermarket. Although, all baby shoes look cute in the shop the quality and fit can vary tremendously between different brands. It is always advisable to let the experts give you advice.

3. When you measure you babies shoes, make sure that you measure both feet, as one foot may be larger than the other.

4. Measure your baby’s feet in the afternoon, not first thing in the morning. At this point your child’s feet would have been swelling slightly because of the activities during the day.

5. make sure that the fabric and quality of the shoe allows it to pass through air and “breath” and this will make your newborn more comfortable and minimize any perspiration (yes babies do sweat!).

We recommend that you go for a material made of canvas, soft leather or fabric. It is very important that newborn shoe soles are flexible. Go for the soft soles that allow the child to handle his or her feet.