One of the very best things about babies and toddlers are their feet. Little toes, very little stink and they are generally quite ticklish. I’m not sure when Addie’s feet made the leap from adorable toddler piggies to big smelly kid feet, but it happened and nothing made the change more obvious than having Vivi’s tiny chubby feet join our family. They’re two of my favorite things to play with and I can be found kissing them, tickling them and playing patty cake with them on a daily basis. Just like first teeth and smiles I am of the firm belief that the evolution of baby feet should be well documented. From shoes to first pedicures, there’s no other foot more photogenic and universally appealing than a baby or toddler foot.
To be honest I think stinky baby foot is one of the best smells there is, Vivi hasn’t quite made it to stinky baby feet yet since she’s just barely starting to wear more substantial shoes and it’s still pretty cold, but you’d better believe as soon as those things start to stink? I’m going to be sniffing them. (I know, so weird, I’m sorry.) Here’s a few documentations and comparisons of where Vivi’s feet started and where they’re at today.
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