We, (Ramon) & I (Nicole) were customers of Little Feet before we officially became owners.
It’s a relationship that started in 2012 as our middle daughter Sophia was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder. Sensory processing disorder is a condition in which the brain has trouble receiving and responding to information that comes in through the senses. Sophia struggled with socks & shoes, there were many mornings that it took us 30 minutes to an hour just to put them on. We were frustrated, tired, worried, stressed, all the adjectives that young parents go through when they are not sure how to help their child.
We were recommended to visit Little Feet Shoes, where the previous owner, Diana was known to get on the floor with kids and take her time. Additionally, she carried shoes that were Sensory Friendly such as Tsukihoshi, Plae, & Pedipeds. Diana and her staff didn’t disappoint, they instantly made Sophia feel at home by sitting on the floor with her and taking their time. Sometimes our visits to the store would last for 90 minutes. My husband and I would tag in and out of the store like WWE wrestlers to avoid pulling our hair out. But Diana stayed steady and calm. With that being said, we always left with a pair of shoes and it put Sophia on the path of avoiding one stress in her life. Years later Sophia is doing very well and now understands her triggers. But it is the experience at Little Feet Shoes that always made an impression. When Diana passed away, we knew that it was critical to keep her brand alive knowing how she touched our lives and we knew it had to have had a similar impact on others as well.
We are committed to continuing this tradition. A tradition rooted in servicing clients with the utmost respect and care no matter how small their feet may be.
We are looking forward to the opportunity to serve you and feel blessed that we have been given this gift to carry on Little Feet Shoes in Diana’s honor.