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DD2 is almost 11 months old and is starting to pull up and cruise along the furniture. Not much grip with socks on but her little feet are very cold when bare. Any suggestions for something to solve the problem please.
Shoo shoos/robeez/inch blue shoes are great. Give them grip but are really soft and don't affect their balance or foot development.
I don't worry about bare feet. As long as the baby isn't complaining, bare feet is very healthy, and grip very well, and that's the best way to learn how to walk.
I used shoo shoesand they are lovely, cute and stay on, but agree with belgo too.
ds has these moccasin socks for walking about the house.
Gap socks have the plastic writign on the bottoms which are v good for grip
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