First shoes.....and 2nd, 3rd etc!!

Best high chair? (We all know it's the Ikea one really but refusniks will bring us tales of Tripp-Trappery and booster seats). Have you discovered an excellent finger food snack, toothbrush, bib or more importantly A Lipstick That Really Does Stay On?

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Postby Savysmom » 14 Nov 2007, 00:39

I'd recommend GoldBug shoes..mine has a sweet little pair of not-quite moccasins with a little tread that has been great for giving her the bit of traction to help with crawling and standing etc, but without being binding on her little paws. Thing is, they're scarcer than hen's teeth. Only place I can find them is on ebay.
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