One foot after the other, two-and-a-half-year-old Eva Foreman struts towards the mirror, with a twinkle in her eye and strikes a pose.

Laughter erupts as she turns around with a mischievous grin stretching from ear to ear - "I'm funny," she giggles.

As she slowly turns around to walk back to her mum, Sasha Macleod warns her to "walk properly".

If Eva's feeling lazy she can drag her feet behind her and let the walker, which props her up and aids her to move, do all the hard work for her - but that won't help her strengthen her weak