During the winter, Levi practically lived in his Robeez. Although they were slip-on shoes, he couldn’t pull them off like he did his socks. Now that we’re having 90-degree weather, Levi often goes barefoot, which is fine since he isn’t standing or walking yet.
If I remember to grab them from his drawer, I’ll slip on his Carter’s velcro fisherman sandals, which have received a surprising amount of compliments for being such inexpensive shoes. We have a pair of Boumy moccasins in his closet that are still too big, and I’ve got my eyes on a pair of Native sneakers that I hear are the next big thing in kids’ shoes.
Here are my summer shoe picks for infant boys (from top to bottom): Crocs Kids ‘Crocband II’ in Sea Blue/Lime; Vans Kids ‘Checkerboard’ Classic Slip-On; Native Kids Shoes ‘Miller’; Carter’s Fisherman Sandals Pre-Walker; Tiny TOMS Classics; Robeez ‘Touch & Feel’ Chameleon Slip-On; Boumy Moccasin in Sand.
Which do you like best?