Shoes Or No Shoes When Learning To Walk. Before children learn to walk, shoes are mainly decorative. Shoes hinder the baby's ability to feel the surface they are walking upon.
That's because it's necessary for the full foot to come into contact with the ground, from padded heel to pushing off from toes spread by the weight of the body. These baby shoes for learning to walk have also been awarded the APMA seal of acceptance. Today's baby hard bottom walking shoes are different from those of the past.
They claim to wear high top shoes for her or shoes with good soles so that can help her walk a lot better than walking barefoot [around the house].
Outdoors, she'll need a pair of shoes.
Walk any other way than on the toes. There is no evidence yet in medical science that baby shoes helps baby to learn walking. Forget those inflexible hard soles that created difficulties for little ones first learning to walk.