Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Shoe On......Shoe Off!

This was the routine throughout the day. I don't know if it is just fun to know that you can flip the velcro in record time and throw the shoe or if it was just not comfortable......anyway we finally agreed.....

Shoe Off



Oh well, we were at the mall and it wasn't cold! Plus she was happy and I could focus on the great spring clothes and not worry about loosing her new shoes!

Happy 18 Months Sweetpea! I loved my days with you!

Nanny

14 comments:

Amanda said...

Baby girl is ready for some spring, too!

Grandmother said...

Oh, those girls! My granddaughter (4) takes her shoes off as soon as she gets in the car and always has.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh how I remember those days... Shoes off--shoes on---shoes permanently off... ha ha

18 months now???? Goodness that is amazing. She is growing much too fast.
Hugs,
Betsy

Jill said...

Ya know, I am a SHOE OFF kinda gal too. Would have liked to have worn my flip flops today but thought I might be pushing it with the 37 degrees...BUT SUNNY!

18 months already! Oh my!

Deb said...

shoes off for sure....little britches won't keep his on either...

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

LOL! Love those precious little toes! I'm all for the foot-freedom thing, too! Lucky Nanny and Sweatpea!! Girltime in the springtime!

Betsy said...

Sometimes your toes just need to breathe! :)

Farmchick said...

I remember the days when my kids would do this....and we would lose a sock here and there!

Solar Powered said...

Yep, she takes after her Nanny and her Momma...shoe off! I can't believe she is a 1 1/2 - time keeps flying!

Alison said...

YEP! We did that this week in Barnes and Noble.
That's a battle I don't mind giving in to.

grammy said...

velcro... the best of inventions and sometimes a pain.
My 3 year old grand wouldn't leave her shoes on at the park today...it is not THAT warm....but why fight it (o:

theUngourmet said...

My kids weren't big fans of shoes at this age either. ;) Cute photo!

Tricia said...

OMGosh, look at that tiny lil foot! too cute too cute! =)

Mary said...

Wait until she is 16. You'll fondly remember the days she preferred no shoes. I'm glad you both had a good time shopping. I hope you have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary