My MIL says that a number of kids in my husband's family have had this problem and they used corrective shoes (??) to fix it. My little guy was a late walker, just started in March. He doesn't seem pigeon-toed. His left ankle sometimes looks like it is almost going to touch the floor. He has a well-baby check coming up in July and I don't know if I should just wait until then to mention it to his pediatrician or not. Most everyone I have talked to seems to think it'll be okay. I just don't want him ending up with serious leg and ankle problems. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!Answer Question
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