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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Cute Baby Shoes


Lucy never wears shoes.... heck... what am I saying? She never even wears socks! She hates them, she kicks them off, and even growls like a cougar sometimes when they are on. So, that is a battle that I have given up on and let her little piggies roam free. But with winter in Alaska coming I am being forced to get ready for piggy war again.

With me really dreading this whole fit-fest that she will be throwing with every sock I put on... I figured that I needed something to look forward to... and I found it. Winter doesn't just make socks necessary, but SHOES too! I love buying cute shoes... I don't even care that they aren't for me! So, since I have been out on the shoe hunt, I have stumbled across one cute website, "Cute Baby Shoes".

"Cute Baby Shoes" are a soft soled shoes that are said to be the best for developing feet. Comfort, development and protection of your baby's feet is their pledge. Their sensible footwear is highly acclaimed by experts and parents alike. With fun designs, quality leather, and cotton lining your children are bound to love. With cute froggie shoes for your prince charming, ballerina shoes for your dancer, or footballs for your sports fan, you will probably find something unique to your liking.
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If you have been needing shoes for your kids ages newborn to 4 years old then go check out Cute Baby Shoes and find your baby's sole mate. :)

27 comments:

  1. Just wanted to let you know of a cheaper alternative -- these are exactly the same as Target's Circo baby shoes (in the baby stuff aisle - not with shoes), and they sell for $10-12.

    And aren't these kind of shoes the BEST for making kids keep their socks on when it's cold??!

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  2. I love baby shoes! They are so cute!

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  3. We had the same problem with Gage when he was a little guy. He hated socks and shoes. To this day, as soon as he gets from from school, actually it's both him and Emma, they take their shoes off and peel their socks right off with them. When he was starting to toddle, and also living in Montana, he needed socks and shoes. We found some Elafanten brand shoes that were AWESOME! They were a little spendier, but well worth the $$!! They resembled the classical baby shoe and they formed to his feet.

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  4. You should look into Pedipeds too. They are a little bit expensive, but they are darling and really sturdy. Look at my cute shoes post for an example.

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  5. Those baby shoes are really cute. My kids won't keep their shoes or socks on either, they take them off...in the car right before we park to get out somewhere. It's like they'll know how much I'll like if they do! :)

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  6. My girlie wouldn't keep shoes on either - until she picked them out herself. Yep we got our first pair of Payless "crocs" when she was close to a year old and they saved the day!! I'm worried about this winter though - if they aren't flip flops or tennis shoes she isn't interested, what are we gonna wear to church? There are only so many (none) outfits that go with the tennis shoes and mommy says no to flip flops in the winter!!

    I wonder if your sweetie would like the shoes that squeak - you can get squeaker shoes that make noise with each step (squeaker removable praise the Lord!) Google it if you like - there are lots of sites and some pretty cute styles

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  7. hee hee, I was gonna comment the same as your first commenter. Target's selection isn't nearly as big, but they're a great cheaper alternative, and they LAST. I've even sent them through the washing machine when they got grungy and they held up great. I wish they'd had those around when my eldest was a baby. We used them exclusively for our last baby until he could walk. Kept socks on in the winter, but were flexible and comfy. the ones you posted about come in seriously cute styles, so not to take away from that site!!!

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  8. If only we had a target... yep... we are Target-less. But not for very long. I think we will have one by the end of the year. But we will see.

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  9. there is always target online.....still may be cheaper.... :) my emersyn had fat feet, that was her problem, so these were a life saver.....loved them. and they are sooo durable.

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  10. Ahhh, I remember when Fly fit into shoes like that. I miss those days! They are indeed cute.

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  11. You don't know how much I NEED this site! THank you SO much.

    I NEVER EVER EVER put shoes or socks on my little baby girl. I totally need to since she's starting to walk now. When I do put shoes on her she freaks out and doesn't know how to walk around in them! These look perfect!

    ~melody~

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  12. beans is sooo not a fan of socks and shoes...we are also preparing for a little piggy war :)

    ps - how excited are you about getting a target??

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  13. I loved the Robeez boots, and no need for socks! http://www.robeez.com/Boots-Robeez-baby-shoes/Department.aspx?DeptID=52&PriceCat=2&Lang=EN-US

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  14. You should know that I loves me some cute shoes. Any size shoes. Love 'em.

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  15. I love shoes! These are so cute! Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Thanks!!! I have not put my baby in shoes yet but I know I need to! How do did you know what size to put her in when you first starting buying shoes? I guess you can say I am apart of you motherhood for dummies club.. because I have no clue.. I am learning as I go and I find your website to be very helpful!

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  17. THOSE are so cute. That would be a great shower gift!!!

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  18. I thought these were called Robeez? Or something like that? I loved then when my younger son was little. They're really great.

    easy to put on.

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  19. Yes I do love the cute shoes. Gregoryis getting bigger and not many cute shoes are out there for him anymore sigh

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  20. These are cute baby shoes! I have got to say I love your blog photo with you and your daughter with your hands in your mouth! HOW CUTE!

    She is super cute!

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  21. i think i will check out the cheaper prospect, but i think sometimes you get what you pay for. and with another one behind her that will need them soon, i have been told that i can cut the price in half and that is actually what i am spending on each child!
    maybe we will get them for her birthday! thanks for the info i love cute things like this.
    have you heard of Tomsshoes.com they have some in children's sizes too.

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  22. We love Cute Baby Shoes. We have been buying Cute Baby Shoes for two years. They are by far the best that we have found. It is true that you can buy a knock off at target, but you get what you pay for. The difference is that the Cute Baby Shoes brand found on www.cutebabyshoes.com is made of the softest sheep skin that I have ever felt. They are lined in cotton which is great because your baby/toddler can wear socks or go bare foot. The soles are padded and black in color so you don’t get a dirty ring around the footprint.

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