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So Zack's pedi mentioned about his legs being bowed. I was not concerned since the girls were the same way and it corrected itself. He's been walking for 2 months for petes sake! I loved our last pedi and wish she was still in the practise. She said she never worried about intervention with it till they were 2 since they normally correct themselves. His is worse when he's in cloth.
Anyone else's lo's legs bow?
It's a same they don't take family history into consideration. Isabel isn't bow-legged, but I've been watching to see if her feet turn in. Her big sister's feet turned in and still do a little bit. It's not a HUGE deal, but she's in competitive gymnastics. They take off points for it, and it's also dangerous as she's more likely to get hurt if she does something with her foot turned in. She has to make a conscious effort to watch her foot placement in everything she does. So anytime I see Isabel's foot turn in a little, I fix it right away.
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