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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie View Post
    I want a pair of these:



    Converse Chuck TaylorŪ All StarŪ Dainty Ox Pink - 6pm.com

    And BTW Joanie, 6pm.com is the clearance site for zappo.com.
    I love those!

    I would love to buy shoes online, but for now, half the fun is watching the sales people bang their heads on the counter while I make a decision. I'm also not above going into a shoe store, trying on tons of shoes, then going home empty handed and finding the identical shoe online. I suck as a customer - except that I'm always polite.
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    The three year old next door has a pair like these and I think they are so cool!



    They light up when she dances around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vh67 View Post
    They light up when she dances around.
    I wish they'd make those light-up-flashing shoes for adults. I would SO get some. And the ones with the built in roller skates--I'd get a pair of those, too.

    At work we had one of those "get to know each other" things, and one of the exercises was to come up with our 6-word obituary. Mine was: "She liked to wear crazy shoes." Everyone agreed it was a good obit. My job has to do with airplane parts, so I wear jeans to work, and crazy shoes... I have a pair of Chuck Taylor's in blue plaid. And a pair of Puma's that are half black, half white with red trim. And sometimes I wear my Vibram 5-fingers to work (pink and black).

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    Quote Originally Posted by vh67 View Post
    The three year old next door has a pair like these and I think they are so cool!



    They light up when she dances around.
    Sometimes kids get the best stuff. Those are awesome shoes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Goldie View Post
    I wish they'd make those light-up-flashing shoes for adults. I would SO get some. And the ones with the built in roller skates--I'd get a pair of those, too.

    At work we had one of those "get to know each other" things, and one of the exercises was to come up with our 6-word obituary. Mine was: "She liked to wear crazy shoes." Everyone agreed it was a good obit. My job has to do with airplane parts, so I wear jeans to work, and crazy shoes... I have a pair of Chuck Taylor's in blue plaid. And a pair of Puma's that are half black, half white with red trim. And sometimes I wear my Vibram 5-fingers to work (pink and black).
    I dread thinking what coworkers would have thought up for my obit. "She's crazy as a shithouse rat," would be my guess. I love the pink and black Vibrams.
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    Boring and a day late.

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    heres to a quick recovery J, x
    "never let the truth get in the way of a good story "

    ...small steps....

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    Inspired by Canio and Baby Maverick

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    When I was in the hospital having my girls, I once asked the birth certificate lady for her war stories. She said she and the nurses had to really pitch long and hard to have an Indian mother stand up to her traditional family and change the name the grandfather had chosen as a first name from Ashit (ah-sheet) to something more Western and have Ashit as a middle name. The nurses were so worried about this child's future, as he was to be raised in the US.
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    My child's first name is a chess piece and/or a bird (spelled the normal way). Husband chose it. No one, except my aunt*, has ever had a bad word to say about our choice, but reading these threads makes me nervous. His last name is our shared family name, we changed ours to match his after he was born (we were going to do it when we got married, but hadn't quite chosen a new family name then). His middle name is Apollo, because he is my sunshine.

    *She looked at me strangely. I said he could change it if he wants to when he's older to which she replied: yes, he probably will. So far small boy LOVES his name, but that may well change. He's in a class of unusual names, so his doesn't stand out.

    Also, you move country or work in a cosmopolitan area and you hear lots of unusual names (that are perfectly ordinary in the home country). I'm all for changing it up a little.
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    I know which one you mean - Small Boy's name, and I honestly like it. As for my stories, I just think that Lemonjello is in a class by itself, the spelling of which just puts it over the top; and La-a's mom must honestly have been smoking everything in sight - that is some kind of puzzle, not a real name.

    Don't worry - if Small Boy likes his name, that is all that really matters. His confidence will carry the day with anybody who might possibly be surprised/whatever.

    First and Second have a swim teacher named Echo, and I honestly believe Second has short-listed that as a future baby name already.

    I had discussions with hubby about possibly giving our kids a German name, but hubby absolutely nixed that as our kids were destined to be raised in the US, and hubby just didn't want our kids to have to pronounce and spell their exotic names for the seven-millionth time every day of their American lives - not that he thinks German names are weird. So two ended up with German middle names instead.

    Have you ever seen the movie "Soapdish"?? Funny as hell, and the lead in the soap opera the movie is about is named "Bolt" - that cracks me up each and every time.
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