I was reading another blog recently that said their toddler girl (older than Faith) just got new shoes in size 7 for her hugely growing feet. Yeah, try size 9s:
|Toddler Sasquatch foot|
I've even had strangers in the store stop and exclaim about the size of her feet, so I try to compensate for that with adorable shoes. It works out pretty well since none of her shoes fit for more than 2 months, so we can stay on top of the latest toddler trends. I think I topped myself this time on the ridiculous scale, but she loves her new wedges:
|She is officially a more fashionable dresser than her mother|
When you see adorable toddler wedge sandals in the clearance section at Target, you don't hesitate, you just put that shit in the cart. She adores them, mostly because they are loudest stomping shoe of all time.
|Mommy, these make me even taller. Are you sure that's a good plan?|
|This hallway is my RUNWAY!|
I knew it was going to be miserably hot today, so I made sure to put my big-footed child in the stroller for an early run. Even at 8am, the high humidity made the run pretty hot and miserable. We hit 100* for the high today, so it was pretty hopeless to get any comfort outside. I thought the dog would enjoy it, but she let me know her true feelings when we got back:
|You suck. I'm calling Sarah McLaughlin.|
Other than a quick trip to Lowe's, we pretty much stayed inside the rest of the day. I did run 4 more miles on the treadmill during nap time, but other than that, I sat my ass and tried to stay cool. Faith did her best to thwart my plans with hi jinks like filling her toy wagon with milk and chewing up pieces of apple and spitting them in random spots in the house (she just lost her apple eating on the couch privileges with that one).
|That seems awfully judgmental Mommy|
|I'm going to save this melon in my cheek to shove in the couch cushions.|
Tomorrow is predicted to hit 99*, so I'm debating if I should even try to run outside at all or just stick to the treadmill. It might be a daycare day for Peanut because I'm sure she'd like a day of playing in the dog pool and barking. She's not allowed to bark at home, so that's a real treat for her.
Do you have tiny/average/ginormous sized feet? Do you ever have a hard time finding shoes? I know as a size 8, I never have a hard time, unless it's clearance stuff.