Kids

Spotted! Selma Blair's Baby Boy, Arthur Saint Bleick, Takes His First Steps in pediped

June 12, 2012 by Mom Jeanine
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There’s nothing like seeing a baby discover the joys of walking. Case in point, Selma Blair’s adorable son Arthur Saint in the pic above. He  was snapped in California this weekend and you can totally tell he’s just getting the hang of that whole walking thing… and loving it!

And the shoes Selma chose to Selma her baby boy along? pedipeds, of course! Not only do the popular kicks have a seal of approval from the American Medical Podiatric Association for healthy foot development, but the sneakers Arthur is wearing are equipped with special grippers designed to help early walkers stay on their feet.

Have a baby who is about to start walking, as well? Here’s where you can score the same shoes little Arthur is wearing.

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