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Thursday, 5 July 2012

Wrong feet

My eldest is forever putting her shoes on the wrong feet.

We'll be rushing to go somewhere and I'll tell the girls to get their shoes on and just as we are about to leave, I'll look down and yep, her shoes will be on the wrong feet.

Her Dad and I have tried to explain how she can tell if her shoes are on the right feet;

- By looking at the shape of the shoe

- When she wore zipped boots I'd tell her the zip would need to be on the inside, that way she would know they were on the right feet

- Or if she's wearing velcro shoes, the velcro needs to be pointing outwards.

I suppose our explanations are probably dire or too much for her to take in, because she continues to get in a muddle, bless her.

I know I probably shouldn't, but it's turned into a running joke for me, so now I've started to take photos of her footwear misdemeanours. Bad mummy....

Do you, or your children if you have them, do anything quirky which you secretly find quite amusing?


family Affairs said...

ha ha my kids always used to do that - you could try writing an L and an R in each shoe? Lx

Natalie Bea said...

Ahhh good idea. Will have to give that a go. Thanks L x

MummaG said...

This is too cute, made me giggle :)

Natalie Bea said...

I know, I used to get frustrated. But now I giggle too. It is quite funny, but must get her to learn to do it properly before she starts school.

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