Friday, September 5, 2008

Glass Slipper

I heard Leah crying,

and found her like this
- -
She was sad because her shoes didn't fit.
The problem is,

She was trying to put on THESE shoes

Like this



Lorie said...

Could she be any cuter?

Jane said...

I love her with all my heart. This one is making me laugh out loud.

Susan said...

Leah, I feel your pain----every time I try to put on my jeans.

I couldn't possibly love this child more!

Anonymous said...

That is seriously HILARIOUS! I laughed out cute! She'll love you later for capturing such a cute moment!

Patrice said...

Poor Leah. I know exactly how you feel having feet that are just a little too big for some things. Just don't let anyone make fun of you for it (especially someone named Uncle Todd).

Courtney Vance said...

Oh, poor princess. What a doll! I couldn't possibly ever say no to that face.

Aileen said...

I cannot stop Leah AND your "axed" comment on Jane's blog. Every comment you make is classic!

quesetescapa said...

That is the saddest face ever! And soo cute.

Dawn said...

I'm just glad she didn't choke on them! The slippers are the same size as her crocodile tears.

Svancara Family said...

i love reading your posts!

Kristin said...

Oh Leah... little do you know that all these silly traumas will earn you two more presents than your siblings every Christmas from Uncle Todd. Endure it little one; you're time is almost at hand.

Emmers said...


Allison Hansen said...

I almost cried laughing at this! Thanks for sharing!

Julie Knowlton said...

I, too, laughed out loud at this blessed post.

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