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    Hi moms, just one question about these. As my little one is 16 months old, I'm just wondering what size would be better to choose, 12-18 or 18-24? I really have to buy size 2 clothing for her, but not sure about shoes as she actually can't stand any shoes on her feet for longer ( have some squeaky shoes for her, size 7 and they are fine I would say..). Hope that would be different with Robeez on as they are softer and I'm really tired to was her socks each day.
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    I would say that 12-18 months would probably work for her but not for much longer. My little one will be 1 in April and she still has some room in her 6-12 month size.

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    i would go 18-24 they may be a bit bit for a short time but seeing how robeez are so expenisve i wouldnt want to only get a short time out if the 12-18

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    I'd go with the 18-24 months size.
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    like anything else it depends on their size. Our DD wore 0-6 at her first birthday and just now wears 6-12. She wears a size 3 shoe if that helps for a frame of reference. The little guy I watch wears 12-18 now and is wearing size 6 shoes.

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    I would say 18 to 24m and if possible try them on.... if she is wearing size 7 already....
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    Hard to say...my dd is only ten months and since birth, has not been able to wear those darn things! They're too tight in the ankles, and she's a roly poly girl. She wears a size five shoe at present, but can also wear her brother's size 7's and seems just as sturdy in them. lol. I think Robeez are overated. I used soft shoes with ds for a bit, but then went on to normal walking shoes. Robeez worry me because if they step on a bee, a thistle, etc, it's going right in. If they at least have some sole to their shoe, it's protection too.
    Just my opinion I do know the robeez are awful cute though

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    I would say 18-24 that way she can grow into them

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    Prob 18-24. Why not let her try them on? (or are you buying them 2nd hand?)

    eta: according to their site, 18-24 is shoe size 7/8
    Last edited by Peek'a Boo; 03-23-2008 at 06:49 PM.

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