First of all, it is important to determine what stage your little one is located. If a child does not yet “step” it is not yet necessary to purchase baby shoes. In this period you can better get your little one some socks or flops to keep their feet warm. Once the first steps take place indoors, it is good to let babies walk barefoot, so that the feet and muscles can grow in a natural way and strength. When using sock or flops make sure that there is a non-slip sole under, so they don't slip.
In the short period in which a baby learns to walk, the baby shoes are very heavily used. Also in this period the feet grow quickly. It is therefore not surprising that baby and children shoes have a shorter life than shoes for adults. The growth of the feet and the intensive use of the shoes often go hand in hand with the life of the shoes. Baby shoes have an average life of 3 months.