Kids Shoes

My daughter’s have serious shoe issues. I don’t remember when it all started but seriously it is driving me crazy! My daughter Shout is the worst. Shoes to her are like little death devises waiting to eat her feet. Don’t even mention their co conspirators  Socks  they are best friends to the death devises that eat her feet their plan is to make her feet miserable.

We have tried all different kind and sizes  and styles and brands. She will say that she like them in the store and the POOF when we get home they are magically horrible. The worst thing about this hatred is when we go places she always grabs her shoes and promises to put them on in the car. Once we arrive at the location she BEGS to not put them on. Yeah I have talked to her about the No Shirt No Shoes rule that does not seem to deter her. Even in church! She has had one pair of shoes that have been deemed ok by her. Yesterday she decided to leave them somewhere during all our errands. we did not discover this till we got home. So now we are back to square one. Oh the drama!

Squeals shoe drama is on a much different level. She somehow tends to think that shoes are much more fashionable on her hands. She is like Edward scissor hands except with shoes. I have to say it is quite adorable. She does it with all our shoes. It’s extra hilarious to see her haul her daddies shoes on her little hands I of course have a picture of her little shoe hands in action.

Shriek has the least Kids Shoes problem of all three of them. As a seven year old she is becoming more particular of her shoe style and just had to have Twinkle toes sketcher shoes for school! After much searching I did happen to find some for about 50% off the highest price I found. Thanks Nordstrom Rack.

I have never been over obsessed with shoes. It was nice that I was the same size of feet as my grandma growing up who had a closet filled with every color of ked tennis shoes ever invented I always got to pick out a pair at her house. My shoe issues are that I don’t like heels at all. I am a flats person. and also I don’t like open toed shoes. I have feet issues. and don’t like everyone to see my toes. is this strange? I also hate it when the top of the shoe gets close enough to the toes that you see the little toe cracks. yeah for me it’s kinda like a bunch of tiny plumbers on my feet. Yeah you all think I am nuts now huh?

Now you know where my daughters get it from

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  • Valerie @ FFFB August 11, 2010, 9:02 AM

    Haha! It CAN be hard to find decent shoes for the kiddos. I thought Clara would just wear all of Emily’s hand-me-down shoes, but her feet are much wider… ah well!

  • Kristina P. August 12, 2010, 9:25 AM

    Oh, no. I have like 85 pairs of shoes! And I will suffer for fashion. To a point. I’m not Lady Gaga or anything.

  • smashbravo@gmail.com August 13, 2010, 12:31 AM

    New followers from the blog hop. I love the art on your blog!!

    I have a daughter who will not show toe “cleavage” as she calls it, I read your post to her and we laughed and she said ” see MOM its not just me!! ” LOL

    http://sammymakessix.blogspot.com/

  • Shelby August 16, 2010, 1:05 AM

    This is soo funny to me because I had the same problem with my children! I had to get them kids shoes that appealed to them the most, with lights and all!

  • kids footwear August 28, 2010, 7:59 AM

    Comfort is one of the things you have to consider when buying shoes for your kids. They won’t really use it if they’re not comfortable with it. You also have to make sure that they also like the shoes you are buying for them. As far as possible, you can bring them along when you buy them shoes so that they can choose from themselves what they want.

  • Shelby September 5, 2010, 11:26 PM

    My little girl has a problem with her kids shoes as well, at least that is what I am thinking since she never wears them!

  • The shoe lady September 30, 2010, 10:36 AM

    LOL, I love Sandals. Unlike regular fashion, footwear always fits!

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