Buying footwear for your growing babies, toddlers, little boys/girls, or kids would be simple if there weren't so many shoes out there that were clunky, narrow, heavy, stiff, or high-heeled. Unfortunately, outside of the moc-like slippers worn by infan… more »
It's a pleasure to write another review of Soft Star shoes for Birthday Shoes. This time I’ll be talking about my family’s favorite pairs of children’s shoes, the Rambler and Hotcakes. I've weighed shoes. I've squeezed shoes. I've photographed my 2 1/2… more »
My three year old Avi has had a couple months to test out the Merrell Barefoot Flux Gloves for Infants and Toddlers* — she's worn them almost exclusively (even setting aside her custom kid's "la-laches" — huaraches by Xero Shoes). Merrell provide… more »
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