By peoplestaff225
Updated September 26, 2006 12:52 PM
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Now that Anya is starting to walk (holding our hands) and of course,wants to walk wherever we are, we are taking shoes more seriously. Nolonger just something to keep her feet covered, they need to befunctional as well as smart looking. One of the shoe brands that I’vebeen fortunate to try are See Kai Run.Although barefoot is best for learning to walk, when that’s notpractical, doctors recommend flexible soles and that’s one way that See Kai Runexcels. These shoes for pre-walkers and walkers have flexible TPR(thermo-plastic rubber) soles, a new material more flexible and moredurable than traditional rubber. The shoes are handcrafted from supplegoat leather with padded collars and pigskin leather lining to maximizebreathability.

But let’s talk about style, because that’s the first thing you’llnotice when you look at these shoes. With over twenty unique andvintage-inspired mostly unisex styles to choose from, you are bound tofind the perfect pair for your six month to three year old (sizes3-9). Styles include a bowling shoe, cowboy style, mary janes,sandals, t-straps, and ankle boots.

You may have seen in magazines like People, Us Weekly, OK!, and Parent’s Baby that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughter Zahara Jolie-Pitt wearing the Jack’s. Tom Cruise‘s Jerry Maguire co-star, Jonathan Lipnicki, who you may remember as the rugrat who knew exactly how much a human head weighs, gifted Tom and Katie Holmes‘ daughter, Suri Cruise, with a pair of the Abbie’s. Anya also has the Abbie’s and the Qwynn’s. They are so cute even my father said something!

New styles for fall include Diego, a luscious chocolate brown and navy suede shoe, Audrey, a trendsetting navy shoe with a lighter blue toe and shooting star accents, and Gretchen, a chocolate t-strap shoe with pink and red peppermint dots.