Six weeks after he fully starts walking
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Do I need to put shoes on my Baby early?
Shoes are mainly for protecting a baby’s feet, especially when walking outdoors. Putting shoes on sooner won’t help your baby learn to walk any faster or better.
Are baby shoes good for baby鈥檚 feet?
Baby shoes have no benefits for your baby鈥檚 feet. In fact, if the shoes are too hard or inflexible, they can restrict natural foot movement. And those shoes will not help your child learn to walk faster or better. Going shoeless actually helps children develop better balance, strength and coordination as they learn to walk.
What size shoes do I need for my Baby?
Your 0 to 3 months old baby may need size 1 shoe (3.5 inches approximately). Your 3 to 6 months old baby may require size 2 shoe (3.75 inches approximately). At 6 to 9 months of age, your baby may need size 2.5 or 3 (4 to 4.20 inches). Your 9 to 12 months old toddler may require size 3.5 or 4 (4.20 to 4.5 inches).
Will shoes Help my Baby Learn to walk faster?
Putting shoes on sooner won’t help your baby learn to walk any faster or better. In fact, shoes that have hard, inflexible soles can actually make it harder for him to learn to walk because they restrict natural foot movement. For now, barefoot is still best for your baby’s foot development.