A child learning to walk receives important sensory information from the soles of their feet touching the ground. Footwear helps to protect their feet from injury and from the heat and the cold. supports the foot – your shoe should aid the alignment of your foot when it touches the ground. feels comfortable – your shoe should feel immediately comfortable from the first wear. fits well – make sure you have at least 1‒1.5cm at the end of the shoe. It should be wide enough and long enough to fit your feet.
There is no particular age at which your baby will need shoes, but a good rule of thumb is to wait until they’ve learned to walk and show signs of wanting to be up and about. The general milestone guideline for when a baby begins to walk is: Between 6 and 13 months: crawling. Here are some adjectives for shoes: silly high-heeled, tight, high-heeled, nice well-made, brown wing-tip, such high-heeled, green high-heeled, coarse low-heeled, vicious sequined, clumsy, greasy, smart tan, handmade italian, biliously yellow, stout comfortable, neat sandal, own sandal, high-heeled local, high-heeled
The biggest factor in shoe comfort is the design – specifically the padding, sole and fit. The next time you’re shopping for shoes, look out for: Padded lining inside. Foam insole (memory foam is the best option).