Wednesday, November 18, 2009

There was a cute boy who lived in a shoe, let's make that several shoes.

Is it wrong that my baby has so many pairs of shoes?

I mean look at them. So small, cute and stylish. Buying children's shoes is addicting. Camden certainly doesn't require a matching pair of shoes for every outfit. But why Not?
Wouldn't you want to ensure the safety of tiny little feet, especially tiny little feet that belong to a face like this.

We're down to 8 pairs ( unfortunately, my favorite pair was recently out grown)
  • 3 pairs of Nike runners ( 1 high top, 1 cross trainer, and 1 reg run)
  • 2 pairs of sandles ( 1 casual and 1 sport waterproof)
  • 1 pair brown casual wear
  • 1 pair of black skater VANS
  • 1 pair of KEDS, Joes Brand

I would love to say that I'm done, but I'm actually currently looking for a nice pair of black Sunday shoes. If you see any, let me know!

5 comments:

Krista said...

lol - I have nothing to say about this because I had to sell/give away SIXTEEN pair of shoes when I moved to that states ... and still had a Rubbermaid tote FULL of them.

runningfan said...

I've got six pairs of nice black Sunday shoes in various sizes in my little boy box...

Rachel said...

I just sold 53 pairs in 2 sizes! Crazy huh? But, it is so coincidental you write about this b/c I'm obsessed with buying Ry shoes (unfortunatley they are the $40+ ones), but I have to know where you got the ones Camden wore on Sunday. I seriously picked the boy up to scope them out in nursery but I didn't recognize the brand! Please let me know!

Dawn Walterscheid said...

That is how my girls are. Amber LOVES shoes! In fact that is what she wants for Christmas a new pair of Boots.

Jerri Washam said...

It’s not bad that you provide many shoes for your baby. Most parents, first timers in particular, seem to get addicted of buying shoes and clothes for their child. Well, just take into consideration that you must have what you need for your baby to make it through the next few months. Most often than not, you find yourself drown with things that have never been used, so be sure to be specific with your baby’s needs.
Jerri Washam