This is a question I get asked at least 10 times a day. The girls, Emma especially, change their shoes anywhere from three times a day to 5 times. From slippers in the morning, to dress up shoes, to tennis shoes, to flip flops or sandals and back to slippers again. They do not seem to be getting the idea of which shoe goes on which foot. They don't put them on the wrong foot, they find me and say, "Is this right?" Sometimes it is, but usually not. They think that I can tell if they have it on the right foot when I am downstairs and they are upstairs. After I hear this five times times two it becomes a question that I don't want to hear.
I have tried showing them the curve of the shoe and their foot. I have tried telling them it buckles on the outside, the big part is where your big toe goes, etc. I don't remember this being an issue for Kami and Meghan. Maybe it is because I have two at a time asking. If anyone has a better solution to teach them which shoe goes on which foot, please let me know! They do have the most adorable feet and they wear the same size. Out on a ride on a Sunny day London Bridge