View Poll Results: Shoes on?

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  • Always

    45 65.22%
  • Mostly

    7 10.14%
  • Sometimes

    2 2.90%
  • Depends on the park

    15 21.74%
  • Almost never

    2 2.90%
  • Other

    0 0%
  • My child's had an injury from not wearing shoes

    0 0%
  • My child hasn't had an injury from not wearing shoes (excuse the confusing double negative!)

    14 20.29%
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    Shoes are always on here.

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    ON!! You go outside the fence line of this house & your shoes go on. Dont care if your 2 or 32, shoes on.

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    Shoes on.
    When I was a kid I stepped on a piece of glass at the park and needed stitches in my foot.

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    Shoes off!!
    We live across the road from a lovely park,we are there everyday and my DD takes her shoes off as soon as we arrive!My pram is full of shoes and thongs
    If we are at a park we don't know well I do a quick check around and encourage her to wear her shoes,they don't last long on her feet thought!

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    i know this is an old one but i stumbled upon it and realised i had said "shoes always on" which must have been the case at tne time. But since my eldest was about 3 i realised she got more enjoyment from the park without shoes, and was able to better climb and grip etc which reduced other injuries from falls i guess. wonder if most still wear shoes?

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    Always. Onky allowed shoes off at home or in friends houses.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.

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    My kids only wear shoes if they absolutely have too. So a big shoes off here.

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    Shoes always on. Worried about, needles, glass and bees, not fussed about sand or bark etc through the house,or the car. Safety first always.

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    Shoes on. A few years ago a boy stood on a needle in the local park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    My kids only wear shoes if they absolutely have too. So a big shoes off here.
    this is us. my kids are allergic to footwear.


 

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