Ds is 15m and walking since he was
13m. He can still be quite clumsy and will often fall down especially if he is trying to run. Anyway, when i pick up my dd from childcare, i usually just have ds in socks. One of the teachers suggested to me that i should let him wear shoes because it will give his foot more support and that many parents dont realise that shoes help them walk better especially if they are "walking funny". Is this advice correct because i thought it was better for them to be barefoot until they were walking well? I have a pair of bobux soft leather shoes but dont like them because they seem to make ds feet turn in (hard to explain), also have a pair of pediped (sneaker style) which is supposedly very good for young feet but ds seems to trip over even more in these. Anyway is ds better off wearing shoes more regularly and do i just need to find him better suited shoes, also which brands are good?