Please find response by our senior Pediatrician on Pakistan Health and Fitness Forum:
It’s really difficult to say anything till the child starts walking. Bow feet, knock knees and other gait issues are always diagnosed only once the child starts walking. Currently I can’t seem to appreciate any anomaly but would advise serum Calcium and Vitamin D levels just to rule out any mild form of rickets. Also, once the child starts walking, please take a clip and send it to us.
Club foot has to be ruled out and that can be done by visiting an Orthopedic surgeon, but that is usually noticed at birth. Since this is a new development, getting the advice of an Orthopedic surgeon would be advisable. The left ankle looks more involved than the right one, but again, without a proper physical examination, it’s difficult to make a diagnosis.