Monday, February 14, 2011

Sweet Feet

 Anyone with the biggest foot aversion, cannot, cannot find Baby Feet problematic.
Just looking at the sweet little untried peds just makes you want to giggle.
 I can look at my Big Grown Up Children's tootsies now, and grin, thinking of the times that I tickled and smooched their little baby feet in utter mama rapture with the freshness and newness of baby hood.  It is no wonder that the most popular baby shower gift is booties, socks and shoes.  We just love to see the normal practical, in a diminutive size.
And of course, with a new set of tootsies in our family, we have managed to inundate this little sweetie with enough Foot Coverings to fill a drawer.  Literally.  She has oxfords, mary janes, chucks, robees, socks of every color and her beloved hand knitted ones from Auntie Elder/Admin.  In addition to new ones, Miss Viv has shared some of her fun ones as well, like the embroidered felt number at the top of this post.  Mimi brought her Anna Maria Horner pattern and fabric booties from her New Beginnings book Handmade Beginnings: 24 Sewing Projects to Welcome Baby, on the latest visit this past weekend.  Baby Girl, known as an accessoryalholic in a previous life, now finds all these teeny size embellishments, terribly fun.  Dressing her Baby Girl is like doll dressing to a very grown up degree.  And I love watching her pick out all the outfits and accessories to don onto this most patient of babies.
But when all is said and done, the most favorite of favorite, is her own sweet little feeties.
Grammy cannot wait to see where there will take her in the years ahead.....

Sigh....

1 comment:

  1. hehehe..she does have the sweetest big-tiny feet :)

    p.s. It is about 5:30 am and I just spent the past 30 min or so arranging and planning outfits in her nursery. haha!

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