New shoes

Everyone needs new shoes every once in a while


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You can tell you are a mum when buying new shoes for someone else is more exciting than buying shoes for yourself.

I always think that I am not someone who has a lot of shoes, until I actually look and see how many are lying about the house. You can't get in the door from shoes some days and most of them are mine! I blame this on the fact that when I was pregnant my feet grew from a size 4 to a size 5 (though towards the end even they were tight). I got some comfy Ugg boots whilst pregnant but then I had Molly and my feet did not shrink. Even when I managed to get into my pre-pregnancy clothes after two weeks and got my wedding rings back on in the same time space I just could not fit into any of my pre-pregnancy shoes. Gutted.

When the summer months came and what a hot summer it was, wearing Ugg boots was just not an option and after wearing too small shoes and cutting my heals to bits I went out and got some new shoes. Then I got some more new shoes and I had a good collection of boots and trainers again. Then last week I tried on some f my old Dr Marten boots as I have been gutted about not being able to wear them as I only got them just before I fell pregnant with Molly. They fit! So I tried on my Converse trainers that I got when on Honeymoon in Thailand. They fit! So I now have shoes in two sizes that all seem to fit. Awesome! My shoe collection has doubled.

I have been keen to buy Molly shoes since she was born and since she was standing I thought I would have a look and see what there was. I know she is not walking and that the shoes were unnecessary but I have been wearing her a lot lately and not had any shoes that she hasn't kicked off so thought I would get ones that would stay on when worn and could, if needed, be worn to walk. I measured Molly's feet myself and found her to be around a size 2 so when I saw that Mothercare had cute Converse style trainers for £10 I thought I would get them as baby shoes that don't stay on can cost the same.

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I then thought it would be best to get Molly's feet measured just in case I had done it wrong and the shoes were too small. So we popped into our nearest Clarks shop and they measured her feet in seconds and found she has a left foot that measured 1.5 and a right that measured 2! Odd sized feet just like her mummy (who only found out when she was pregnant).

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I think the shoes from Mothercare look utterly adorable and would love to have a pair for myself! She won't probably get much wear out of these as they are more to keep her feet warm but I love them a lot.

Training Mummy

Training Mummy is a 30 something mum to two beautiful children - a girl born February 2014 and a boy born in October 2015.

9 comments :

  1. Love them! Such a cute colour! Will need to go to mothercare and buy some for boy ones for elliott! Her legs look so long now!

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  2. Aw I just love diddy shoes, so cute! Great that you accidentally ended up with loads lg shoes too, I might have to try that ;)

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  3. Amazing shoes hun!! I have some teal glitter converse which I wore under my wedding dress :) xx

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  4. They are SO cute and I have never seen pink converses like that before, I must hunt myself a pair of those out! :D

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  5. Here you go http://www.usc.co.uk/converse-dainty-glitter-womens-trainers-248178?colcode=24817806

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  6. Yay not the only trainer at wedding wearer. I tried to but work colleague made me change out of them lol

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  7. They are cute and cheap. Even if she never walks in them they keep her feet warm and cant be pulled off.

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  8. If you are going to Mothercare I will come too! Her legs are long and skinny. Wish I had legs like that!

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  9. awww, cute. wait until she starts walking :-)

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