How (not) To Fit Your Toddlers For Shoes

This post may or may not be based on personal experience

HOW NOT TO FIT YOUR TODLERS FOR SHOES
  1. Asking "do your shoes feel tight?" they are babies. they love to say noeven when they don't understand the quetion
  2. Pinch the front to feel for their toes. Just because you can't feel their toes doesn't mean jack
  3. Refuse to get a fitting in a shoe store because last time you went, the associate didn't know how to use the foot measuring thingie and was reading it upside down - really brown shoes?!
  4. Wait for kid's foot to get a blister, gasp, fell a rush of guilt, rush to the guest room closet and bring out their next-size-up shoes
HOW TO FIT YOUR TODDLERS FOR SHOES

Does the shoe have a removable insert? Adidas sneakers do as part of their Adifit. With that, you can simply place the kid's foot on the insole of the shoe and see if it fits or not. The old shoes were the Tsukihoshi brand and they had this removable part as well. 

I'll be looking out for this removable insole in all the kiddie shoes I buy going forward. Here's Ms Spice (the non-blistered baby) showing the comparison between her old and new shoes. See the difference in where are toes sit? That's the very small gap between comfort and blisters when it come to kids' shoes.



We are now officially in size 9 shoes y'all




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