Monday, October 19, 2009

Addictions start early...

Daddy Jeremy's comment e-mailed to me, with this picture taken with his blackberry...




"Oh no, not the shoes....anything else....just not the shoes!"

My sister and I both did the happy dance :-)

6 comments:

Jenny said...

That is TOO good!

Anonymous said...

Shoes is really the only thing that really makes me nervous about raising girls. Boyfriends, beer, and Harleys, I can live with. But SHOES make me a nervous wreck.....especially if they are anything like thier mom. How is it that a woman can justify a new pair shoes with out even blinking?

- A Concerned Parent (Dad)

Lili said...

Lilly- I am so proud I could cry! Don't let daddy talk you out of those shoes. My motto: buy the shoes and the event will come :)
can't wait for more pictures.

Jaimie said...

so i'm playing a little catch up...you've been busy! the pumpkin patch pics are really cute...i love the girls in blue! and the pumpkin pancakes made me hungry!! and finally the shoes!! excellent choice lilly :)

ps - i took claire into von maur a while back and she actually STOLE a pair of fabulous nude strappy stilletos. I did not even notice until we were at the other end of the mall and is saw them in her stroller - as i was running them back to the store, i turned them over to see they were priced at $800 - well, at least she has good taste :)

jz

Catherine said...

I am so, so, so very proud. Jeremy, you should be scared. You have tortured me with those atrocious electric blue jerseys for years now. It is my turn now, I am going to explain in GREAT detail to my beloved nieces how many pairs of shoes they need, and how I know their Daddy wants to make sure that they have everything that they need. This is such a brilliant day! Lilly - I know that soon you will also be gazing longingly at handbags:) My genes are the dominant kind Jeremy.

Jeremy, you should probably not spend so much time on the blog and more time working on the plans for Addy & Lilly's walk-in shoe closet. I always knew they would follow in my footsteps (literally!). Suck it Jeremy;)

Kristina said...

I am so proud and happy to hear that you are raising two little girls that are picking up all of our love for shoes at a young age. It's never to early to start learning the in's and out's of fabulous footwear!!!!
Nice work Aimee!