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Devon loves the lights on his Toy Story shoes!

  • Jul 26, 2010
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When I was surfing the net for Toy Story clothes for my great-grandson Devon Jacob, I remembered that he needed new shoes, so I just had to buy him these lighted tennies. Not only are they navy and white, as the description states, they have touches of red, yellow and green too. I think they're adorable and so "little boyish." That kid has ideas of his own, though, and calls them his "big boy shoes." Kids--gotta love them!

I bought Toddler Boys' Toy Story Athletic Shoes - Navy/White because Devon loves the Toy Story movies, because I think they're attractive, and also for the comfort factor. I know he'll be comfortable in them since they have an adjustable strap, padded tongue and collar and a cushioned insole. And his mother will appreciate that they also have non-marking soles...making her job a bit easier.

It was the Fifth of July when Mikki phoned to tell me the gifts had arrived. As Devon came to the phone to talk to Grammy, I heard her tell him to thank me for the shoes. He hurriedly repeated her exact words and then rushed into a babble about "fireworks...purple fireworks...orange fireworks..." He was jabbering with such excitement, I could barely understand him, but i got the message: He loved the fireworks at the park the day before. I had to laugh at the way he pronounced "orange." Too-ooo cute and very heart-warming.

Even though Devon was more interested in fireworks than in his new shoes at that moment, I know he loves them because Mikki told me he wanted to sleep in them. Aren't kids great fun?

I highly recommend kids and these shoes.

Reviewed by Betty Dravis, July 26, 2010
Author of "Dream Reachers (co-author Chase Von) and other books

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August 16, 2010
Thanks for the fine ranking on my review of my "baby" boy's shoes. Love that kid. xo
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BETTY DRAVIS was born in Hamilton, Ohio, one of seven children of John and Felda Barger. Her natural writing ability was nurtured by a “great Ohio school system, caring teachers, and a loving family.” … more
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