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Do you usually put either shoes or socks on your LO?
I have this thing about my babies feet being covered up so I always have socks on them. I guess it ma be because my feet are always freezing so I just automatically think that the kids feet will be cold. Jackson has just recently started going to bed with no socks on and I'm always asking him if his feet are cold.
Thank you *Kiliki* for my beautiful siggy
Cole is usually barefoot during the day but at night he is either swaddled or in footie pajamas. I got several pairs of cute little baby shoes at my shower and also some left from Chase so if they happen to match what he's wearing I'll throw them on. Even though they are completely functionless I think they are cute!
Thanks so much *Kiliki* for my awesome summer siggie!
I hate wearing shoes and socks so Nick rarely wears them lol. At night he wears footie pajamas and I'll put socks on him if we are going somewhere on a cold day. Usually we just throw a blanket over his feet and legs when it's colder.
we have a sock monster in our house. try as i might to keep tabs, they always get lost. so, we are often sockless. her crib shoes don't yet fit her, so we'll have to wait until the fall i'm thinking. meanwhile, just admiring those ity bity feet.
JR has worn socks once since the hospital (and there we used them more for anti-scratch mittens) and that was home from the hospital! I don't see the need when it's over 100 degrees. I don't bother with shoes until they're walking outside.