Monday, May 27, 2013

Adorably Durable: Ten Tiny Toes Review and Giveaway!

The worst part of no longer having a little baby at my house is that I no longer get to buy baby shoes!  I have a slight obsession with tiny baby shoes.  I admit that I have saved a few pairs of my kidlets' in a little box.  And I have actually been known to take pictures of their cute chubby feet in their (my) favorite shoes before they got too small.  I'm not kidding.  You can read my post Surviving Sentimental Sadness and how I can be such a sap {HERE}.

So I'm excited to do a review on Ten Tiny Toes Footwear.  If you are a Baby Shoe Lover like me, then you'll be excited too.  If not, then just bear with me.  I'll turn you into one.

 You can find Ten Tiny Toes at .  They specialize in infant and toddler shoes.  These shoes are handcrafted and made with genuine leather.  They are even designed in the United States and they inspect every pair.

Look at these details!  Every pair on their site is so adorable.

The pairs I got seem to be very durable as well.  Nothing cheap and flimsy.  Just soft and durable.

The bottoms of the shoes have AWESOME GRIP.  Perfect for the little ones as they learn to stand and walk.  I think this is a great product.

Ten Tiny Toes sent me a pair to test/review and a pair to GIVEAWAY!!!  I received no other compensation.  Since I no longer have sweet babes, I let my niece Little K test out the Purple Spinaker shoes.  She liked them immediately.

They are for Babies size 6-12 months.  The DAISY DAZZLER.  A $32.00 value!  Can't you just picture chubby little feet in these?


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  1. My friend just had a baby girl. I think she would adore these shoes!


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