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    DD starts childcare tomorrow, she's just started walking and at home walks in bare feet. If out and she wants to walk well let her walk a bit barefoot if the surface is ok. Do I send her in shoes tomorrow? Or just pack in her bag?

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    I'd send her in shoes and ask that they be removed for inside play. That's what I did with DD after she'd been walking for a few weeks.

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    What the weather going to be like?

    If it's nice weather and they are playing outside then they will want her in shoes. If it's an inside day, then no shoes.

    As it's best for their feet to not wear shoes for the first couple of months of walking, I always take 15mo DS in in socks (with the grips on them) and shoes are in his bag for if they go outside.

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    Brisbane, so tomorrow apparently will be very nice.


 

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