When I was in the fifth, sixth, and seventh grade, I was pigeon-toed .
In other words, the dinosaur was a bit pigeon-toed .
Treatment for pigeon-toed feet is almost never required.
Next, as you are beginning to worry about turned-out feet, baby exchanges one worry for another and becomes pigeon-toed .
Unlike the best runners, who are pigeon-toed , dancers tend to run in the turned-out position.
I thought of Kawaramachi Street where gangs of pigeon-toed teenagers traipsed up and down in Doc Martins and tartan mini-skirts.
I am very pigeon-toed so they tease me about my feet being crooked.
Turn your right foot out 90 degrees and your left foot in so that it is slightly pigeon-toed .
Basically, people are born with three kinds of hips that determine the orientation of their legs: normal (moderate turnout), pigeon-toed (turned in), and duck-footed (turned out).
The effect is weird, and weirder still is the conjunction of the figure's grimace with her pigeon-toed posture.