Saturday, April 12, 2008

Spring Fever


Forget Puxatony Phil.
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For me, nothing indicates the arrival of spring like Jolie in new sandals. This pair was a gift from Aunt Aileen. (thank you!!!)
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To complete the look, we went to the mall last night to pick out a new shade for her toes...OPI's "La Paz-itively Hot."

12 comments:

D'Lonna said...

Love the shoes!

We are so excited for the new little to join your family in the future. Hope you are feeling well!

Holbrook Girls said...

Very, very cute sandals!!! Love the color of toe nail polish too!

Svancara Family said...

very cute! i love little painted toes!

Jane said...

Oh Brother back to you babe!!

Maryann said...

I love that picture. It makes me want to go get a pedicure, then run through a field of daisies.

Leslie said...

Too cute. I love the nail polish. I may have to pick some up for myself since I am very much in need of a spring pedi.

senategirl said...

I started laughing when I saw those cute feet. I laughed harder when I heard the nail polish name. Remember how Rozan used to say her favorite job would be to come up with names for nail polish colors. That one sounds like something she would have thought of!

Chazz Michael Michaels said...

Katie! Add us! And cute sandals. :)

amyn said...

I'm just amazed that you can post a picture of a girl's feet and get 9 people posting responses.

Courtney Vance said...

I just had to tell you that P-town has a Pinkberry. I'll check it out and tell you how it goes. By the way I love the shoes. That girl is stylin!

Loralie said...

so cute. i love spring. and little girls in spring dresses and sandals, or even barefoot. gotta have the painted toenails. i'm hooked on the "express finish" line of maybelline nail polish---for the quick dry, perfect for active little girls on the go.

Dawn said...

so cute! I loved putting the girls in sandals in Phoenix. Hopefully soon I can do it here. It was sad to tell them to get socks and shoes on this morning!

I got my spring pedicure with my sisters in Phoenix - nothing like a great pedicure!

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