Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Boys Are Cheaper

These are just the ones that currently fit.  They don't include the ones she's already outgrown or larger sizes waiting in the wings.


Even a digital camera does not have enough space to photograph the clothes.  Both closets full.  Sigh.

17 comments:

birthmothertalks said...

Oh wow! You are going to make her a shoe queen and some husband is going to have to go without closet space for her shoes.

Malea said...

Hey-us high femme girls need and extensive wardrobe to express our FABULOUS style and bold dramatic color palette.Hee!

What? No Choos *gasp*

bellygirls said...

See! It starts young! The obsession with shoes... it starts young! :)

That is quite a collection she has there. ;)

jaenkes said...

Wow! This is what my partner fears in if we have a girl, hehe! Although our son is a clothes/shoe hound too!

Unless you're saving for another... take those outgrown items to a consignment shop! You'll get a little back and what doesn't sell is usually donated to a shelter or something :)

Michael said...

Are you looking to adopt another? I am free...and in desperate need of shoes!

Michelle said...

Ok, now personally having both a girl and a boy....YES. Boys are much cheaper! Kayla's shoe collection and closet sound much like Sabrina's. Caden's....not even close.

Mickey said...

This is outrageous! This one year old is out of control! You need to sit her down for a serious talk. Maybe even take away her credit cards for a while.

Kid today. Think money grows on trees.

Tim and Louie said...

How can anyone know if Sabrina is going to be straight or gay?

But yes, Sabrina is destined to be a shoe queen and some husband/wife will have to sacrifice some closet space!

Like Barney Fife used to say, "You've got to nip it in the bud Andy! Nip it in the bud!"

We don't need another Imelda Marcos on our hands!!! LOL!

- Louie

Tim and Louie said...

My Repost: Messed up the URL.

Oh, I just had a great idea!

For all those shoes and clothes that Sabrina grows out of, you could always donate them to "3 Snaps"!

It's the new thrift store in downtown Phoenix (7th Ave/Indian School) that specifically donates it's proceeds to three LGBT non-profits in the valley (Aunt Rita's Foundation, Community Church of Hope and 1n10)

Here's their site:

http://www.3snaps.org/index.php

- Louie

Rhonda and Gerry W said...

I must say, boys are bad too...when Mommy loves to shop for her little man! Blaze too has shoes he has already grown out of and never worn. Double sigh!

mommy3 said...

My children so love their shoes~looks like Sabrina is perhaps related -- and, ahhhh, the full closet. Just comes with the PARENTS loving it all, hmmmmmm.

growfamilygrow said...

Oh dear! Be careful. At one Bean had just a few pairs of shoes. That number has multiplied several times over a couple years later.

Have fun guys.

2 AFRO DADS said...

Oh Boy!!! Madam has started early with a shoe collection!

This has me thinking......what if we have two girls.

eeeek......

Anyway looks like Sabrina has style...which we love.

Stephaniekb said...

ha ha ha! As someone who was mildly disappointed to have a baby boy rather than a girl, I console myself from time to time by realizing how much more I would be spending on clothing if I had a girl! Thanks for confirming (and I love love love my baby boy, BTW)

Rhonda and Gerry W said...

Hey guys,
Sent you an email. Swim date this weekend? Let me know if you are able to make it.

Rhonda

Jill said...

Oh my! I think someone has a shoe fetish!! (Insert giggle here!)

Lucy said...

I have told Ricky hundreds of times how lucky he is we have a boy. I do shop a lot for Little Ricky, but if we had a girl I'd bankrupt us!

P.S. I think that many shoes can only mean one thing--you're raising her RIGHT! :)