So you're tickling your little one's toes and notice that his feet are remarkably flat... For a moment you're shocked, but you convince yourself that somehow the arch will appear when he starts walking, so you set him down. Hmm... That's funny. Oh no! My toddler has flat feet!! Should I be worried?
Foot care is something that gets neglected far too often. That fact is only exacerbated when it comes to children, who rarely if ever notice pain until they're into their 30s and it's too late to turn back. Are flip flops bad for toddlers? The short answer is: Yes. Have you ever wondered why that is?
How many pairs of shoes do I need to buy each year? When will the financial burden of endlessly growing feet finally lighten up? At what age do children's feet stop growing? Well, the bad news is that it will take quite a while. Exactly how long? Read on and let's talk all about those endlessly enlarging tootsies.
You might not have heard of a Brannock device, but I'm willing to bet that you've used one. Today we're going to go over all that you could possibly want to know about this unsung staple of modern living. Where did it come from and how to properly use it are at the forefront of this article's creation. So lets dive in.
Let's just face the facts and admit to ourselves that sometimes kids stink. It's truly a mystery of nature. How do these sweet little cherubs create odors that can feel like a kick in the teeth after just a tiny whiff? There are actually many reasons and we will go over all the culprits from head to toe.