12/16/09

Wordless Wednesday? I am SO in...

The top four reasons I love my job here in Oregon.




and finally, the winner is....




54 comments:

Scary Mommy said...

That first pair? I want.

Scope said...

I could see you in the first two.
I sure the hubs would love you in the third pair.
But the 4th pair is what you'll be wearing the next 4 months or so.

LadyFi said...

It's not fair - little girls get all the funnest clothes and shoes!

Kat said...

Too adorable!!! LaLa and those girls would soooo get along!

Petra a.k.a The Wise (*Young*) Mommy said...

LOVE!!!!

The Good Cook said...

I want the first pair for myself!!

Tiffany said...

Pair one and two, I NEED them
So so pretty

Jan said...

OMG - I WANT that first pair!

mo.stoneskin said...

your feet are much smaller than I thought they would be

Secretia said...

That is innocence and beauty in footwear.

Secretia

S3XinthePantry said...

I love when parents let their kids dress themselves.
My favorite was a pre-school kid a couple of years ago - she came to school with about a million clips in her hair "I'm wearing all of my hairbows for Santa"

The Peach Tart said...

I love the first two. So girly.

Scobberlotcher said...

Those could be my four year old. These days, other people just look at me and say, "She dressed herself didn't she?"

Yup! And I would dress like that TOO if it was socially acceptable.

Christy said...

Adorable! Love them! I totally plan on letting my daughter dress herself. Truth be told, she already looks like she does - we like mixing colors!

Snappy Di said...

The red ones look like a pair that my 7 year old granddaughter wore for her annual picture with Santa Claus this year. Oh, and she wore a pink mini skirt... Wish I could still dress like that and be accepted in this world, but boy... would a 55 year old grandmother get some funny looks.. HA!

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

Michele said...

so what you are saying is that the shoe whoring starts early in life. In a much nicer way of course.

Tara@Sticky Fingers said...

And there was me getting all worked up about my daughter wearing her snow boots in the summer. I should just check out your lot every now and again!

CSY said...

LOVE them!!! Little ones dressing themselves is SO cute!!!

WeaselMomma said...

Gotta love the fashion pics of 5 year olds.

ChiTown Girl said...

I loved this just as much this time as I did last year!!!


FYI-When I opened your page, your follower count was 1234. Pretty cool!

3 Men and a Lady said...

Why didn't they have cute shoes like that when I was little??

Brian Miller said...

nice...

phd in yogurtry said...

Oh, I just love this. Shoe fashion on parade.

Ann On and On... said...

Sparkles make me happy!

Joanie M said...

I have a pair of ruby slippers at my house. I made them for my daughter!

Pseudonymous High School Teacher said...

Did I tell you that my daughter's minor is elementary ed and she did an observation this semester in a kindergarten class? Now ican see why she likes it. I think she had ALL those shoes when she was five...

mepsipax said...

Ah the wordless wednesday. That's all I got.

Sara said...

This is a large part of the reason I want to have children...

...so I may dress them.

Well, at least for a few years until they start fighting me on it.

Linda said...

Spring, summer, fall, winter?

Cora said...

Ohhh, looking at the third pic is making me flashback to college when I wore striped tights and doc martens and mini dresses all the time.

I looked like a cross between the wicked witch of the west and a Strawberry Shortcake Doll.

Ohhhh those early 90's.

Aunt Becky said...

Can I get them in MY size?

Crys said...

Ha ha! I thought of you today when I saw this little girl crossing the street with pink sparkly tights and maroon red ballet flats paired with a green pouf skirt. She also twirled her umbrella and skipped to class.

SkylersDad said...

I have running shoes and hiking boots. That's it...

I am a real fashion plate!

Meeko Fabulous said...

How did you ever talk your students into posting for those?! LoL! I can see it now when they get home later . . . "Mom, Mrs. Vodkamom took a picture of my feet today..." LoL! :)

Vodka Logic said...

I used to feel bad if I forgot to pack their shoes for school making them wear the boots all day..

Great pictures

The Renaissance Chick said...

What? No flip flops in December in Oregon? :)

Expat mum said...

Agree with you. Those patent boots are a tad risque for little kids - or am I being too naive?

Steven Anthony said...

Oh my niece Hailey would love all those;) she got her uncles love of shoes...lol

Trooper Thorn said...

Taking pictures of little kids feet is also the reason I enjoy my job working at Chevron. But don't tell my supervisor.

Real Live Lesbian said...

If it's not sequined....it's not in!

Anna See said...

BIG SMILE here!

Jeanne said...

I might need to find a pair like those first ones for Kylie....

Vodka Mom said...

These shoes are ALL NEW from this year. I've got friends who also like to take pics. :-) And these are NEW Lilly Kellies.


xoxoxox

plainolebob said...

VM,
all hippy retro, far out man we are baaaaaaaaaaak

Maureen@IslandRoar said...

Whoa, Emelda Marcos watch out!

otin said...

I thought that it was, "Your Mother wears combat boots"? Not your kid! haha!

Beth P. said...

Haha! I LOVE every single pair. So adorable, I completely agree. And it is especially cute when they a SO proud of their choices!

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

This reminds me of my daughter so much. We were at dinner with friends when my daughter was about 3. She was showing off her new shoes. My husband commented that it seemed like she had a pair of shoes for every outfit.

All the other moms burst out laughing at him. "It SEEMS like she has a pair of shoes for every outfit because she does."

It is still that way.

Nicole said...

Damn, why couldnt I have just 1 girl? Those shoes are so flippin cute! But noooo, I get to dress all of my boys in.....transformer tennis shoes.

Anne said...

My eldest used to tuck EVERYTHING in... including a cardigan sweater into a skirt. SO cute... I almost had forgotten it...

Barrie said...

Ahhh....you should see my daughter's shoes!

Rachel Cotterill said...

I would DEFINITELY wear those first ones, if they came in my size (I have small feet, so I often do buy kids' shoes...)

The last ones look like snowboard boots!

Zip n Tizzy said...

Pretty! :)

JulieBouf said...

Oh my goodness, I'm pretty sure that last picture is of my 5yo's soul twin. Winter boots every day, no matter what. With no socks of course. Pajamas pants when I just don't have it in me to argue anymore. The same dress she wore yesterday...as long as it's not too covered in food.