Tuesday, November 3, 2009

orange

I couldn't go another moment without telling you about our new shoes. Of course, they're not ours... they're hers, but I'm wanting them in my size sooo badly! As it is, my daughter got them just in the nick of time. She's in the very last size that they carry... so glad we made it. These soft as butter boots were created by a sweet little company called LiViE & LuCa, and if you live in the Ithaca area: you can purchase them at Mama Goose... otherwise, online. Last week, I toted in (to the Goose) a bunch of outgrown winter coats and traded for some lovely gently used clothes, the cutest stripy legwarmers from melontree... and those boots. Happy feet!


p.s. yes, those pumpkins have seen better days... my son is taking them off to the woods, where we'll visit them throughout the winter. We love watching them decompose and return back to the earth... like in the book, Pumpkin Circle. If you've got a spot in your yard that you can designate for a pumpkin re-cycle, it's worth watching. Pin It

17 comments:

  1. Those are adorable, my littlest one just started walking and needs her first real pair of shoes, will definitely have to check them out.

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  2. We watch our pumpkins decompose every year under the backyard orange tree - ever since being inspired by another pumpkin decomposition book:
    Pumpkin Jack

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  3. Those shoes are absolutely gorgeous ..

    Beautiful blog u have- LOVED the coffee table in under an hour idea :-)

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  4. Cute shoes indeed. And they look very comfy!

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  5. I must agree, those boots are sO adorable! I just love the idea of watching the pumpkin decompose, I'll have to wait until my kids are a little older though.

    p.s. I used your newspaper bunting tutorial and made a Halloween bunting. It turned out great. Thanks for sharing! You can come by and see a pic of it if you'd like. =)

    Stacey
    http://staceykt22.blogspot.com/

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  6. Oh my! Those are the cutest little boots ever! I adore them and want them in my size too! :)
    xo
    Melis

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  7. Why are childrens shoes always so much more gorgeous than adult ones? Or is it that I just never grew up enough?! ;)

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  8. Ooooooo! I'm so in love with those bootlets. Great Score, Mama!

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  9. Oh my gosh, and they have shoes with mushrooms on them! What have you done to me...

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  10. I JUST discovered Livie and Luca...TODAY, then I read your blog and saw the best shoes in the world in action...my little one is just starting to walk and I'm so excited to get her a pair!

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  11. Ha! Funny, I just saw shoes from them over at Frontier Dreams blog, and asked her who made them. I am LOVING their shoes!

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  12. super covetous over here. I'm lusting for London Boots Red and Yellow Holland. I'm still waiting for somebody to convince me my two year old will STAY IN ONE SHOE SIZE FOR A YEAR. She's up to eight already. !!!

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  13. Seriously cute ;-) Why do the best shoes only come in diddy sizes??

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  14. that whole outfit is adorable!

    i've got a little lady due in february and i'm thisclose to buying her a way-too-early pair...

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  15. when i first saw this post i thought i must have those cute boots or if i can't helen should have them. oh well i hope that you both enjoy them, because they are cute beyond words*** be well. thanks for sharing.

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  16. I think that my husband likes to designate the front porch as our pumpkin recycle spot, judging by previous years...

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