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Any one elses LOs doing this?? Carson will not keep his shoes on! and then whenever he gets his shoes off then off come his sockies! SInce its getting colder I want to figure out a way to Keep them on if not his shoes, at least his socks!!
Kylie is too! It drives me crazy! At daycare all the babies have these cute shoes/socks, and Kylie is usually barefoot by the time I pick her up because she won't keep shoes/socks on. I have lost 3 pairs of shoes because she will take them off in her stroller and throw them, and I don't realize until I get to the car to put her in her carseat. I am thinking of buying higher top shoes, since that seems to work with the kids where I work.
Addison has never worn shoes lol I just bought her some (similar to robeez), but they're a little big (wide) even though they're 6 to 12 months! Anyway, she doesn't usually pull her socks off (although she hasn't worn socks much either, but will be starting to now). So no, I have no idea
Kaitlin hasn't worn socks since she's become more active/mobile because it is still so hot. When she does wear shoes, she is fascinated with them and likes to pull on them. She has taken her sandals off before.
I love the title of this thread and how you said "shoe taker offers" haha I say words like that too!
Thank you Vicki... for my siggy!!
She loves Robeez fur lined booties though and doesn't even try and take them off. A friend also just got her a pair of bobux soft shoes that lasted a full day at daycare. (They sell them at Whole Foods. I think my friend thought it was weird I had her in fur lined boots when it was 80 out- so she got her another pair of shoes. They are super cute!)
Wilson can go either way. Sometimes he pulls them off and tries to eat them (socks and shoes) and sometimes he doesn't pay them any attention. If they are right there in his face (car seat) they are at a higher risk of being pulled off.