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Daniel: new shoes & phone video

Posted by
spots (Singapore, Singapore) on 25 March 2007 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

So Daniel has finally outgrown his size 6 shoes. And Husband decided to treat him to a pair of size 7 Thomas the Tank Engine sneakers! Had I been with Husband when he was at Babies R Us shopping, I probably would have discouraged Husband from buying them - I'm not really a fan of encouraging obsessions in our children. But oh well... once in a while, it's ok. Besides, we hardly buy Daniel anything.

Daniel absolutely loves his new shoes! They have a Thomas the Tank Engine on the side of each shoe. And they have those crazy lights that light up everytime Daniel takes a step, kinda like Kitt the car in Knight Rider.

People have said that Size 7 is the true Toddler size. I'm not sure what that means, but we definitely have a True Toddler on our hands! Check out this video of Daniel on the phone! Macham Ah Beng Ah

FUJIFILM FinePix F10 1/120 second F/2.8 ISO 400 8 mm

Wayne from Melbourne, Australia

Fantastic macro Ruth!

The video was incredibly funny =D

Have a great week!

25 Mar 2007 11:58pm

Mama BoK from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada

Heheh!! the video was too cute..!!
We donch believe in buying branded goods for chloe too. .and we usually wait for a sale.. before buying her anything new. But i would love to splurge on a crocs for her.. but she is refusing to have anything to do with it. .. hhahaa!!

26 Mar 2007 12:40am

verna from United States

cute shoes!!

27 Mar 2007 12:42am

Dad/Mom from Singapore

As much as Dan enjoys playing with the phone, we know that you are enjoying too, just watching him grow and learn new things. Your cheerful laughter shows it. But do keep constant watch over Dan's activities. Remember to keep potential hazard items from his reach. Ah, a nice pair of new shoes too. It would be better with velcro straps instead of laces. Well, next thing is to show him how to tie the shoe laces. May take some time though. :-)

28 Mar 2007 2:41pm

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