I seem to post in spurts, because this is the second one of the day.
Back when I was pregnant with Katy, the ultrasound tech was ::ahem:: flabbergasted at the size of her feet. She maintained that shocking foot size for about the first 18 months, but it's kind of evened out now. Imagine my surprise when I was in for Caleb's ultrasound and the same ::ahem:: flabbergastedness occurred.
Fast-forward to today...
I just got back from Muncie with my two kiddos. We were shopping with Mamaw, Nathan, Aunt Sandy, and Aunt Karen. One of the goals of the day was to pick up a first pair of shoes for my beloved son who has hard-to-fit feet. That's mostly because they're shaped like this:
So we went to a specialty shoe store to get his feet measured and to buy a pair of shoes that fit properly. After waking him up to stand and put his foot on the measuring doodad, we discovered that his size is 6EE (or 6XW or 62E). YIKES! He's only 13 months old! So here's what we got for Mr. Megafoot.
Of course, now that I have purchased these, he will need the next size tomorrow. :)
Well of COURSE he will, Mommie!!!
Wow!!! Sarah wears a 3, and Bekah wears a 9/10, depending on the shoe!!
When I found this post I was in that campground wehre the wifi was atrocious - - - so I didn't say this, but that BRICK foot CRACKED ME UP!!!! Keep the funny stuff coming!!
So - - - you said you read my ENTIRE latest Meme - - - but you DID NOT say if you learned anything NEW about me - - - I mean, as transparent as I am, and working together for all these years, was it all OLD HAT for you now?
Have you found Jewel Reed's blog? It is VERY heart warming to read. I have a link to her "Rare and Beautiful"
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