Beibi Baby Shoes ♥ Review *Giveaway Closed*

Two months ago I reviewed a pair of wonderful toddler shoes from Wee Squeak they were a huge success in our house! My daughter loved them so much she would bring them to me to put on her just so she could squeak proudly around the living room. 🙂

Now Wee Squeak has a new line of baby shoes called Beibi Shoes. These non-squeaky shoes come in a variety of adorable styles and colors for boys and girls and are available in sizes 6-24 months. Check out some of my favorites:


I received a pair of Avery Light Pink Baby Shoes in size 18-24 months from Beibi Shoes to review.

We found these shoes to be soft and comfortable, perfect for growing little feet!

They slide on Emmas feet easily and stay on tight with a cute velcro closure. The soles of the shoes are made of a strong but flexible rubber with a non-slip tread that will keep babies who are learning to walk safe.

Our final impression is that these shoes are perfect for babies who are either not walking yet or are beginning walkers. I dont think they had quite the support that Emma needs as a regular walker/trotter/almost-runner, but I wouldnt hesitate to buy the Beibi shoes for smaller babies!

Im thinking about buying a pair of the Hope Slippers they are too cute and perfect for dressing up!


Beibi Shoesis generously offering to give away a pair of Beibi shoes of winners choice!

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Winner will be drawn on September 1st and notified by email good luck, everyone!

Disclosure/Disclaimer: Although Beibi Shoes sent me a pair of baby shoes for review and testing purposes, it does not affect the honesty of this post. This review is my own opinion and in my own words.

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