Let's start with the construction of a tiny foot, which is extremely complicated. Did you know that it has 26 bones, 32 muscles and tendons, and over 100 ligaments! For the baby to start walking smoothly and correctly, all these elements must learn to work together. So, the first steps are a tremendous challenge for the little ones.
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Each parent at some point in their child's life has to choose the first pair of shoes. We have raised many times the question of choosing the right footwear for the proper development of the foot. We also explained various issues of posture defects. But what is it about ekoTuptusie that make them unique and are worth buying?
Hyperhidrosis of the feet is a problem that mainly affects the youngest children and stops spontaneously over time, if the cause is not a disease. What to do to avoid foot sweating?
Sweating is a natural process. It prevents the body from overheating, maintaining the correct temperature.
Like every leather shoe, ekoTuptusie require proper maintenance if we want them to serve us for a long time. How to conserve ekoTuptusie?
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