The feet of children are different from the feet of adults because they have not fully developed. Development The foot at six months is mostly cartilage. In fact, the last bone does not begin to form until the child is three years old. By the age of 18, most bones have fully developed.
The feet of children are soft and flexible, making them susceptible to injury from abnormal pressures such as shoes too small.
Infancy is the best time to start caring for your baby’s foot. Growsuits should never be tight around the feet of your baby. Allowing your baby to kick will encourage the growth of muscles in their legs and feet.