We as adults get cold feet all the time and no I don’t mean the type of cold feet where you can’t walk down the wedding aisle. I mean the type of cold feet that even socks don’t help warm up your toes. So if we as adults get cold feet don’t you think little infant babies get them to? Yes you are correct, infants do get cold feet. Now it is not as simple as putting socks on the babies feet. Babies do not keep socks on their feet, for whatever reason they just don’t. Which is why you need a pair of these crawling slippers. Simply too cute to not buy and will definitely keep the babies feet warm.
The word slippers comes from the verb “To Slip”. It was originally thought that slippers came from the east but truth be told just about every country and culture have worn slippers at one time or another. The earliest recording of slippers is in the twelfth century worn by a Southern Dynasty officer. In some cultures it is customary to take off your shoes and put on a pair of slippers when entering a home.
Now babies do not need to take off their shoes to put slippers on because they cannot walk yet. What babies do need is to always be warm and comfortable otherwise you will have a not so happy child on your hand and no one wants that.