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    Default Shoe size for a three year old???

    Hey.

    Just wondering the average shoe size for a three year old boy???

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    Don't know how much help i will be but my DD1 is 2 but is about the same size as most 3 year olds. She is in a 7 nearly 8 at the moment so maybe something around that.
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    Around an 8 blaze was but he had a super wide foot! DD is 3 at christmas and she wears anything from a 7 to a 9 it really depends on the shoe
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    My DD is in a 7-8 (depending on the shoe make). I know a boy a few months younger in a 9-10. It is so variable.
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    My ds is 3.5 and is has just started wearing a size 10. He was a size nine from around 2.5 if thats any help. I think they are all different though. I have a friend with a 6 year old that is still wearing a 10!


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    My DS is 3years and 3 months and only just fits into a size 7 now. He has LOTS of room to grow in them (think Ronald McDonald ).

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    Thanks all!!! I'll tell Karen (Nix06) to thank you all for your help later!!! I told her basically average seems to be anywhere from 7-9!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tickle View Post
    My DS is 3years and 3 months and only just fits into a size 7 now. He has LOTS of room to grow in them (think Ronald McDonald ).
    Thanks for that visual of O dressed up as Ronald Ellen!!!

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    Mine have been in size 8 at the age of 3.
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