she noticed how my daughter was sitting on her butt, legs straight out in front of her with her right foot turned in and not bending at the knee. also the left foot pointed straight down without bending at the knee. she can also sit on her knees, with both of her feet facing outward and inward, whichever she chooses at the moment. she can sit with one leg in front of her, and the other twisted behind her with her foot inward. i was told i need to correct her everytime she does this? if she's comfortable enough sitting this way, why should i correct it?
also, sometimes when she walks, she walks on the knuckles of her toes. she points her feet down to the floor, bends the toes and walks on them, kind of like tippy-toed only with her toes curled and walking on the knuckles. lol i know it's strange, but is it actually bad for her to walk this way and to sit certain ways? should i address it with her pedi?
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