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    And more about my shoes.

    Most people in their 30s where I live wouldn't have a clue about my shoes but put my valentino's beside someone else's shoes and a 5 year old girl can tell the difference in a nano second. It's something ingrained in them.

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    I think Sonja should do a shoe hall and yes anyone can see the difference in a Valentino to your everyday shoe I'm certain of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    And more about my shoes.

    Most people in their 30s where I live wouldn't have a clue about my shoes but put my valentino's beside someone else's shoes and a 5 year old girl can tell the difference in a nano second. It's something ingrained in them.
    I'm imagining Carrie Bradshaw Never been a shoe girl myself but everyone has their 'thing'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0606091157.htm

    Infants exposed to rodent and pet dander, roach allergens and a wide variety of household bacteria in the first year of life appear less likely to suffer from allergies, wheezing and asthma, according to results of a study conducted by scientists at the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and other institutions.
    I can handle everything but the 'roach allergens.' 😱

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    We started taking our shoes off last year when we moved over here. Has nothing to do with germs, I was heavily pregnant and hated vacuuming so started taking shoes off to try to minimize mess and it's just stuck. Most people notice mine and DH's shoes when they enter and either ask if I want them to take their shoes off or just do it automatically, sometimes I say yes, sometimes I say it doesn't matter. Depends on who it is and how long they're staying. The cat hair is the bigger issue, been tempted to shave them a few times!

    And I always see people leave the bathroom without washing their hands or only using water. When DS was new I asked people to wash their hands before holding him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Because I spend a lot of money on my shoes and if we're at a place where there are heaps of people I don't want anyone accidnetly leaving with them. Or someone's kid playing with them. I love my shoes.
    Why would anyone nick your shoes? And what damage could a kid do?

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    Its not always about germs! Your house your rules!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Why would anyone nick your shoes? And what damage could a kid do?
    I was only about 8 myself but we were staying with friends of my parents and their young toddler son wee'd in my sandal that was in the living room. I'd imagine that be pretty damaging to an expensive pair of shoes.

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    We have a friend who has really stink feet, doesn't matter what type of shoes he wears they are foul.. I would much prefer that he leave his shoes on than have the smell in my house.... other than that im not fussed about shoes as long as they aren't muddy or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Because I spend a lot of money on my shoes....I love my shoes.
    People spend a lot of money on floorboards and carpet too


 

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