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September 25th, 2012, 09:45 AM
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Not as babies, of course, but it is a huge mistake to buy bigger shoes for a child to grow into, that is just going to make a child's foot wide and possibly flat.
I had no idea about that! Ok so, I'm ordering my son a pair of skecher's, and I printed out and measured his foot with their guide, and his toe is BARELY past the size 1. So would you get him a 2!?
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September 26th, 2012, 06:01 AM
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I used socks but if you do use shoes I would think 0 or nb would fit for awhlie.(My daughter is in a 5-6 and over 2yr old. My other daughter is in 9 and will be 5 in january both are at or above 60% for height)
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September 26th, 2012, 06:06 AM
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My son is 5 and I just ordered him a 2! LOL! My daughter is 3 and I'm ordering her 10's. My kids have big feet, lol.
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September 26th, 2012, 06:38 AM
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I had no idea about that! Ok so, I'm ordering my son a pair of skecher's, and I printed out and measured his foot with their guide, and his toe is BARELY past the size 1. So would you get him a 2!?
That should be good! Also of note: The "better" the brand the smaller they usually run in sizes. For kids shoes you want about a finger tip's worth of room at the top, if it is a sneaker. For dressy shoes, especially for girls, you want little to no room at the top, which I know sounds counter-intuitive for kids shoes. To get a bit more wear, try getting leather and suede shoes, they can buy more time since they stretch naturally to a foot.
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