Saturday, June 28, 2008

Fabulous Feet

A recent post from A New Kind of Normal got me thinking about feet. AnnaKate's feet are always a topic of discussion not because of the RTS chubbiness (which she does have :), but because they are so little! She has the tiniest feet. She wears a size 3! One of my favorite things that she does is get up on her tippy toes. Sometimes she gets behind the shower curtain and all you can see are her precious feet.

My friend Marsha was over today and took some adorable pictures of AnnaKate and her fabulous feet.

Ballerina AnnaKate

No feet--but really cute!

I think everyone should post some feet pictures! :)

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Jessica mommy to Alex/ RTS said...

I love to see those feet standing up, I can see Alex's feet in use! I will have to show my PT I know he is secretly worried about his feet working right!
Precious, precious!

Cindy said...

Very cute feet, Kelly. Natalie's cute feet are sleeping right now, so I'll try to post her feet in the next few days.

Anonymous said...

She has the sweetest, most delicate looking feet. Absolutely adorable!


hollyinmd said...

I love her darling feet. I'm glad it is summer so she can show them off. Now her shoes are always adorable, but not as adorable as her sweet little twinkle toes.

mbraga said...

I'm honored that you put the feet pictures I took on your blog - Thanks!
I had so much fun hanging out with you and AK yesterday. And might I just mention that I got her to walk holding just one of my hands. :)
And I agree, those little feet are soooooooooooo adorable ~ especially when she's on her tippy toes!
Love You, Marsha

Anonymous said...

Anna told me about your blog and I have had a ball reading up on the latest adventures of AK and Mommy! She is absolutely adorable and I am continually amazed at how God works! Two things...first, I think your idea about a baby book for special needs children is truly need to give some serious thought to that idea and secondly, I totally can identify with your contemplating "truth or lie" when strangers ask about her age. We went through the same thing when our Emili was younger...I must confess that after being truthful and receiving strange comments and glares, there were days when I chose to simply state that she was the age that she was developmentally. I admire your courage to be honest! Hope your summer continues to go great as you make LIFETIME MEMORIES!

Lynn Eargle

Anonymous said...

I too adore those precious little feet. And now that she can stand on point she needs a tutu! I have patiently held off two years waiting to buy AK her first tutu and it appers to me the time is within sight. Possibly her Halloween costume could have a tutu? If not an occasion sooner.

I am also amazed at AK's progress. I said I was conflicted last fall when she started school, in that, I couldn't wait to see how far she would go in a year. But I didn't want the year to go by too fast since she is so much fun to watch over the months. But I knew that she would have us all amazed at her progress. And she did...that's my girl!!

MER/Betsy/Aunt B

cwinter said...

Anna shared your blog with me and I have enjoyed reading about all that is going on with AnnaKate and you and Billy. AK is so precious! I look forward to reading more soon.

Tena said...

Hey! This is the first I've run across your blog and it's so cute! Your daughter is beautiful.