We prefer no shoes in the house, but I don't enforce it in winter as it is too cold on the tiles.
We even have had tradies come to our home, see that I don't have shoes on and remove theirs - even when I have said it is ok to leave them on.
I'm currently in Japan and our shoes are on/off all day. We went through a temple yesterday - no shoes (everyone has socks/stockings on) but they had slip ons for you to use in the toilets, no worries about stepping in pee.
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29-09-2014 08:24 #91
29-09-2014 08:26 #92Senior Member
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Shoes off always hAd been growing up as a habit I take shoes off at anyone's house. I feel weird wearing shoes inside a house. I like to wear socks though so often take some if it's someone I know well 😏
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29-09-2014 08:27 #93
29-09-2014 08:28 #94Senior Member
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29-09-2014 08:42 #95
For me I am much the same.
Don't like dirty shoes being used inside the house ....
When I am a visitor I take my shoes off....
I wonder if the public can buy those things that you slip over shoes like in hospitals when you go into surgery. ...
They would be ideal in this situation. ...
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29-09-2014 09:29 #96
Yes kids do this. My two year old removes her shoes be herself when inside and when she wants to go outside brings me her sandals.
I keep shoes at the front near the door but everyone also has a pair of flip flops at the back door.
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29-09-2014 12:04 #97
29-09-2014 12:12 #98
I'm just thinking about the hundreds of kids I've had through our house for parties and play dates since DD1 was born. I couldn't count how many. It would do my head in trying to get shoes on and off each time they went in and came out. Our back doors are basically open from November to April unless we are out or away. Our yard is an extension of our house really.
Like I said each to their own. My kids rarely wear shoes anyway.
29-09-2014 12:14 #99Senior Member
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Hmm...I walk everywhere I can. Would people really want me to take off sneakers I had been walking in for an hour?
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29-09-2014 12:22 #100
I wouldn't take my shoes off unless I was asked to, even if there's a rack there, I probably wouldn't notice a sign, I'd need to be told. I would feel weird just kicking my shoes off at someone else's house uninvited, that feels too familiar to me... i dunno... yeah... but I'm pretty easy going, I just take them off if I was asked no worries.
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