A pair of sparkly, peekaboo shoes with heels 2 inches high are favorites of 6-year-old Helena Bell ever since she got them for a wedding.
Dana Bell of Woodland Hills, Calif., says it's not her preference that her child wears heels, but she's stopped fighting it.
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Holmes told Access Hollywood she considers the kitten heels supportive because they were made for youngsters learning ballroom dancing.
Michael Penrod, who's a sales representative for a showing at Dallas Market Center, says adult styles began surfacing in children's footwear a decade ago.
Dr. Matthew Dairman of Suffolk, Va., with the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, urges parents to limit children's wear to once or twice a week for four hours at a stretch -- if at all.