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Since becoming a SAHM I realize that I never really have chances to wear my heels.  I used to be so into my shoes. I remember when i was working as a School Social Worker I would dress up everyday in my heels. At the end of my first year the students even voted me the staff member with the best shoes. That was then.  Now I am into socks.  I find that I am more consumed with buying socks then shoes.  Most of the mommy and me activities I take my son to require the removal of shoes.  I’ll be darned if I shoe up with holey or dirty socks, so I find that i am obsessed with buying socks.  But oh how I miss my heels.

A few months before we moved I went through all of my shoes and modeled them for my husband asking his opinion on what I should donate and what I should keep.  He had never even seen half of my shoes. I ended up donating about 12 pair of shoes.  But  rarely wear the ones I kept.

Since having our second child I am on a mission to get my sexy back.  Part of that will be wearing some of these shoes that I love so much and feel so good wearing.  I just need to find places to wear them.  I am not going to show up to a play date in 4 inch heels…lol.  I will be having girls night later this month so I will be able to wear a pair then and going to church I try to dress up so I can wear my heels as well.  And I guess I can always wear them when the kids go to sleep :-)

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