Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Hello, Nice to Meet You Toes



One Saturday, I heard my husband laughing.  He came out into the kitchen and told me that our daughter had came up to him as he sat on the couch, his feet on the floor.  She stooped down and shook his feet saying, "hello toes, nice to meet you". 

How cute is that, I ask?!?!

Where did our daughter get her interest in feet...hmmm...could that have come from me.

I love the 80 degree weather we have been having. That means...

Painted toes...

Walking barefoot in the grass (okay, so I've just thought about doing that one but I am a wuss and would be afraid of stepping on creepy crawlies)...

Digging the toe rings and anklets out of the jewelry box...

Sandal shopping...espadrilles, wedges, flip-flops, heels, no heel...so many choices.

Dipping my toes into the water (dipping my toes into the kiddie pool is acceptable since our inground isn't yet open and we are not that close to the ocean)...

I love this time of year.  No more loafers or sneakers.  My toes once again can see the light of day.

Image credit: marigroth at stock.xchng

8 comments:

MommyLovesStilettos said...

I love it too!! :)

parenting ad absurdum said...

Just love the title!! And I too love flip flop season, which for me starts when the temperature goes above 59 degrees...

Daisygirl said...

Love flip flops...I am in Az and its all I wear! You have some cute feet there girl!

And yes that is the cutest thing your daughter said. ;)

Aging Mommy said...

I too love the open toed shoe season and the excuse to finally go and get a pedicure after a winter of feet being badly neglected. Oh and yes, for my daughter that means breaking out the "sparkly" for Cassie and Ord :-)

Alyssa said...

"Hello, toes" in my house, too. I love the freedom of summer. (Okay, so I start early)

Shell said...

How cute is that? I'm a flip flop girl, too. :)

J. L. W. said...

Aging Mommy-I bet Cassie and Ord are excited!

Daisygirl-I totally wish those were my toes:) Alas, they are not.

Lourie said...

How cute!! Haha. And yes it is sandal wearing weather. I am having the worst luck finding any this year! Sigh. My toes are still in hibernation.

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