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    what shoe size was your 20 month old???

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    7 but mostly because she's got really wide feet! She's almost 2 now and in a size 8!!

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    Mostly size 4 but a few size 5's

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    im crossing fingers that a size 6 will be ok for my neice!! i found the most cutest pair of shoes today but as my son is now 5 i forget what size they were back then!!

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    yes size will be perfect the difference will only be 6 months if that if to big

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    awesome!! thanks so much for all your help! x

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    dd1 had size 4 and dd2 is 18month and is still in size 3 pre walker lol but pretty sure her feet are smaller then the norm. so size 6 sounds like they should either fit now or in a few months

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    Size 6 would be good. DS is 2 tomorrow and in between size 5 and 6 at the moment.

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    18 month old DS must have a big foot! He is in a size 7!

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    Mine was a 7 he's 2 now and in 8's


 

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