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It's not unusual for children to have strong foot odor. Kids are active and often sweat all over their bodies. Since feet are frequently wrapped up in shoes and socks and "breathe" very little, they tend to sweat the most and smell the worst. Keep your child's feet as clean and dry as possible. When she's done playing and is safely indoors, take off her shoes and socks so her feet can air out and dry off. Leave her feet naked or have her put on clean, dry socks. Bathe her feet daily to remove any dirt or old skin.
You may also have to wash her shoes, which can harbor odors, dirt, fungus, or bacteria that contribute to your child's stinky feet. You can throw most non-leather shoes into a washing machine with a little bit of laundry detergent or baking soda to eliminate the smell. Kill off any lingering odors with a little foot powder or talc sprinkled into your child's shoes.