We worry when we see that our one-year-old child has O-shaped knees, and when our 3-year-old child's legs have changed into an "X" shape. But is it right to worry?
The beginnings of walking can look very clumsy. Children learn to place their legs correctly, walk on a wide base, because they are just beginning to learn to stay up-right in this position, practicing their balance. What should worry you?
I see kids with valgus feet quite often in my office. What recommendations do they come with? Most often they come to me after already buying the first shoes recommended by someone, and unfortunately these are orthopedic shoes with a high, stiff heel counter, a stiff sole and are usually very heavy. And exercise? And strengthening specific muscle groups that will support these little feet?
There are elements in a child's development that we worry about. We compare the feet, legs, posture, manner of sitting down and walking of our child with their peers or with our expectations. But should we worry about everything?
Many parents ask us, "Why should a child wear slippers, if walking barefoot is the healthiest?". Walking with just socks can be dangerous due to the possibility of slipping. In the nursery there are toddlers who are just learning to walk, while in the kindergarten children run, jump, and an accident can easily happen. It also happens that the floor is wet, for example after they wash the hands themselves, and then the possibility of a fall is even greater, so it is worth ensuring that the child has slippers for kindergarten on his feet, which will minimize the risk of an accident.
EkoTuptusie Faster are leather shoes with an innovative anti-slip system intended for toddlers that are simply bursting with energy. It is footwear that provides maximum safety, comfort and fun!
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.
Children's leather slippers EcoTuptusie are sewn from previously prepared pieces of leather. EkoTuptusie are made in such a way that the final product is... Check!