Once C1 was born, I told myself that he would always be dressed appropriate for church. A nice button down shirt, nice pants, maybe even a homemade tie. He’s even sported a nice winter sweater or vest a time or two. Ever since he’s been going to church at 8 weeks old, he’s been dressed in his Sunday best. Except for his shoes, they don’t always look bad, but they arn’t typical Sunday shoes.
Every time I’m at Target, I roam the walls because that’s where they put the clearance items. I’m a sucker for a sale, whether I need it or not. But if I do need it and I can wait till it goes on sale, I will. I love getting deals. I happened upon some Sunday shoes in a size 5. C1 wasn’t quit to a size 5, but at the price I found, I had to buy them. I don’t understand why children’s shoes are so darn expensive.
Original price? $16.99 Marked down to: $11.99; still kind of high, but at least not full price.
But still nobody bought them until they had to mark these shoes down to $4.24! Now that’s a price I’m way willing to pay! From $16.99 to $4.24 I’ll buy that even if I they are a size 10. Heck, I’d probably buy them even if I had a baby girl, in the hopes of someday having a baby boy to wear them. (*I do this with girl clothes I can’t resist buying; I already have a full box of girl clothes I got at super discount)