♥Pick of this week♥
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FIRST BABY SHOES are made in Poland. We closely monitor the whole production process, so we can guarantee the quality of the final product. We love babies and think that they deserve the best. With FIRST BABY SHOES your baby is getting the best of the best.
FIRST BABY SHOES are made from the finest soft natural leather. The leather we use is tested and meets European safety standards. We believe natural leather is the best material for shoes, because it is breathable, durable and very flexible.
There’s a world of children’s shoes apart from the run-of-the-mill. We’ve pulled together some brands we love, for everyone from the youngest babies to kids who are up and running around.
One of the best style of shoes that I have found are ideal for those new walking feet are moccasins. Baby moccasins are stylish, practical, comfortable and kind to developing feet while also offering protection. This autumn First Baby Shoes has launched a new collection of baby moccasins. Using the best quality natural cow leather, they have created stylish, comfortable and practical baby foot ware.
I chose Model Rie for Coralie, as the soft lamb's wool looked perfect for keeping her toes warm in the depths of winter, and I loved the beautiful green of this leather.I couldn't believe how quickly the boots came together, and it was really lovely to have a little project again - my first since I had Coralie. My First Shoes would make such a lovely and unique gift to a new Mama, and are the ideal relaxing crafty task to fill those evenings while you're waiting for baby to arrive.
Na gut, vielleicht übertreibe ich mit diesem Vergleich auch ein wenig und gläubig bin ich auch nicht, aber als ich so im Schweiße meines Angesichts und nach einigen Flüchen, mit meinen zwei Nadeln in der Hand, meine First Baby Shoes zusammengenäht habe, kam mir eben genau dieses Bild in den Sinn. Manchmal ist anscheinend der Weg das Ziel und je beschwerlicher die Reise desto wertvoller das Ergebnis.
With all of that being said, I can’t help but LOVE baby shoes. When I saw First Baby Shoes I was instantly saddened that I no longer have a baby who can wear them. I love the idea behind them and the fact that you get to sew the shoes yourself so it is like a labor of love. I am so excited to give these shoes to a friend of mine who is having a baby. I know that she will appreciate being able to create and make her baby’s first pair of shoes.
Baby’s first Christmas calls for baby’s first pair of shoes… and they don’t come much cuter than these DIY numbers. Now don’t be scared off by the thought of making your own pair of shoes for your little one, they are super easy to create and you will feel twice as accomplished when you lace them up...
A whole year in the world, and how far they’ve come! Newly minted toddlers are busy pushing, pulling, stacking, poking, shaking and tipping things all over the place. They love getting around – whether its on foot, with a walker, or cruising on a ride-on. So now is the perfect time to give them some of those key ‘milestone’ toys that they’ll use for years. Here are our top pick gifts for one year olds. - See more at: MUM'S GRAPEVINE
25 best shoe brands for babies, toddlers & kids! Pre-walkers, first walkers, shoes and everything in between – if you’re searching for kicks for your kids, look no further than our guide to the best children’s shoes.If you’re keen to ensure your children’s feet are well protected...- See more at: Babyology
Sotto l’ombrellone vi state accarezzando il pancione o una testina piccola piccola? Siccome prima ancora di esser mamme siete donne, state passando in rassegna la quantità di sandaletti e scarpine da poter mettere al piede del vostro piccolo?...- See more at: Zigzag Mam
Imagine for a minute someone saying to you, “oh your baby’s shoes are magnificent, where’d you get them?” and you being able to reply, “oh these? I made them”. Not for one second am I kidding...- See more at: Babyology