Orthopaedic issues such as flat feet, toe walking, in-toeing and bowlegs are quite common in infants and very young children. Many issues resolve themselves naturally as children grow and their musculoskeletal structures develop. In some instances, however, the condition does not correct itself and can become more severe as the child develops, requiring medical intervention or physical therapy.
It is important to bring up any concerns about your child’s bone development with his/her doctor who may refer the issue to an orthopaedic specialist for further evaluation. Keep in mind, however, that many orthopedic conditions, just like dimples or cleft chins, are just normal variations of human anatomy that don't need to be treated.