This is a discussion on MummySG Night Owls Club within the Mummy Cafe forum, part of the Community Lounge category; Originally Posted by chuaeil Ok, thank you. bring in more boys' designs . been thinking y boys dont have more ...
DO check out my online store i got some boy one, soft lether for $23.
Picasa Web Albums - Eileen
BP order 5 pieces only.
Hi all mummies,
Pls check it out on my online store
I have just update some products
Picasa Web Albums - Eileen
thank you very much
You sure or not?Originally Posted by lawla12
If really give birth to a child that dont even look 10% like your hubby or yourself, despite that child being soooo beautiful ... your hubby will not start suspecting meh?
chuaeil: i c alot of photos.. which is which? i think most ppl will think, the cheaper the better, but dear son/dear daughter must lyk what they wear also.. if they dont lyk, no matter what the price, they wun wear ..
my step dear daughter lyk wear nice nice shoes.. but when the shoes/footwear make her feet pain pain, she dont want walk liaoz.. if got the pram, she'll chase dear daughter off the pram, n sit inside.. lol..
worse is everytime want buy for her, she dont want try... damn headache..
Hey Eileen ... sorry for NOT doing up the survey, as promised.Originally Posted by chuaeil
However, I had problems clicking on your hypertext ... all of them leads me to the dropbox with 22 pics, so I dont know which is which that you are referring to.
Anyways, my 2 cents worth:
1) Ref the soft leather shoes, we bought online for Seamus when he was still less than 6 months old ... think we paid about $30, can't really remember. It was not readily available in Singapore back then (about 1.5 years ago), but I do remember seeing others posting here offering to sell online.
2) Ref socks with "bluff designs", we also bought online for Seamus when he was still less than 6 months old ... pack of 6 for about $30, also can't quite remember . Design was like your pic #1 but with colours in the shape of shoes & fake shoelaces hanging from the socks ... very cute, but elasticity would be gone after a few washes, so Siggi didn't get them recycled.
Another thing ... where shoes for kids are concerned, I am very particular about the comfort & the protection it provides. For example, the soft leather shoes were worn before Seamus could really walk, becoz I didn't think the softness was gonna give him the support he needed when taking his first steps.
When he ws first dabbling with his first steps, we started to buy Collette shoes for him ... all in all, about 3 pairs & I think they were bought at between $30-$50.
Then, as he was running & jumping more & more, we embarked on buying proper sneakers for him ... 2 pairs of Nike & 1 pair of Adidas. 1 of them fastens via velcro while the other 2 has shoelaces ... all of them costing something between $40-$60.
However, it was a hassle with the shoelaces ... although Seamus was always co-operative enough, as he knows it means he gets to go jalan-jalan after the shoelaces are all done up (so why screw things up & hold thingsback).
So, from there, we progressed to Crocs for him (first buying retail @ $50 or more, before joining sprees to order from US direct at half that kind of price) ... besides being both comfortable & safe in design, he has learnt to get into & out of these Crocs all by himself ...
Today not my day
dear daughter very naughty stay in sch library never call home , i thought went missing
dear son fall from bed coz im getting ready to go sch to search for dear daughter
he is ok now , just now cry awhile then sleep