For some time now, we have been receiving questions from you as to how to clean ekoTuptusieto enjoy their lovely looks for as long as possible. First of all, before we elaborate on that, we would like to remind you that our baby shoes are made of 100% Italian natural leather. The shoes are made of the highest quality material that allows airflow and makes the footwear more pleasant to the children's feet compared to the footwear made of artificial materials. However, to prolong the aesthetic look of the leather slippers, here are some valuable tips that you should follow.
It is very important to observe the child and react sensibly just at the time needed so as to give the child a chance for independent development. Nonetheless, you can support your toddler in learning to walk by taking him for walks, letting him make steps on his own; organising games that motivate movement. When you should feel worried
The first important piece of information is that a 12-month-old child does not have to walk yet. On the other hand, once it does, it's not yet a paragon of grace. It is therefore important to appreciate its achievements, so that our child stays motivated. Then it is worth knowing which problems you should worry about and which you just need to watch closely.
If you look back at the day you bought shoes for your elder child, you will most likely remember how carefully you selected, measured and checked them so that they were perfect – made to measure. When putting on shoes passed down from the elder child on the younger one, the size is often not as well-matched. Hand-me-down shoes can be too big. It would seem that there's nothing wrong with a little wiggle room. Nothing could be further from the truth – keep in mind that it is not the foot that is supposed to grow into the shoe – it's the shoe that is meant to fit the foot. Due to the wrong shoe size, the child will take steps incorrectly, lift the legs unnaturally, which is a burden on the spine and pelvis.
For many people it is natural that a younger child inherits shoes from an older sibling. When the first owner doesn't have time to worn them out, the second one will. An offer from a friend or a great discount on a sales portal may also be extremely tempting. Shoes in "perfect condition, worn by only one child", we all know this. It pays off economically, but is it an equally good solution for a child?
Walking in hard shoes with narrow toes every day deprives the feet of air supply. So it's worth letting your children get used to walking barefoot, not only during the holidays - on the beach or in the garden, but also at home every day. The bare foot, and with it the muscles, work most efficiently that way, especially if the ground is uneven.
Due to their complicated structure and the functions they perform, the feet are particularly exposed to injuries and illnesses. The slightest deviations in their structure may result in defects postures such as: scoliosis, arthrosis, discopathy or degeneration of the hip joints. Usually it's bad habits that lead to these diseases, incorrect footwear and bad care. Right knowledge of the foot growth from the first months of life can protect us against above mentioned problems.
Based on the latest research by experts, we created the best footwear for children. Our goal was to accurately reproduce the conditions in which the bare foot grow correctly. The most important thing for the foot is to work properly, to shape the muscles, tendons and skeleton.