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    Default Shoe size?

    What shoes size are you?
    Did stour shoes size change after having kids?

    I was a size 7 pre children now after 2 kids etc I'm now a size 9!!!!!


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    Yep! I went from a 6 to an 8. However, don't know why, but I have just recently bought a couple of pairs of shoes and they were a 7.

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    10.5 now 11 .. Annoying !!

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    Lol I have bigger feet them DH he doesn't refer to them as feet but my flippers


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    I was between a 7 and 8 pre-children, depending on the width of the shoes, now I am a 8 or 8.5.

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    10 to 11!!!

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    I did the opposite and went down from a 10 to 9 :/

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    Yes! I was an 8 and now I'm an 8.5.

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    Ive always been a 6, before and after having a baby.

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    Pre DD I was a 7 now I'm a 7.5 sometimes an 8. I'm 31 weeks pregnant now and pretty much always need an 8.


 

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