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I'm a mom #02 - Banished heels

With a 8kg baby, there is a need for a greater sense of balance while I scurry around with him as an arm candy.

With the same 8kg baby placed at an infant care, that also means I will need to rush from work everyday just to ensure he is picked up on time.

So, being in my favourite peep-toe pumps slows me down considerably, which also means I have switched to wearing more flats just to go about my mommy duties.

Most of you would know heels are one of my loves . In fact, I used to feel if I am not in heels, I am really not working. Strangely, strudding around in them gives me more confidence to go about my work.

Oh well! Some things just gotta give. But but but... that's not to say I absolutely don't wear them anymore. They are just banished to take a shelter under my desk. I have a strong feeling the collection there will be growing in time to come.

And the positive of all these is... i get to shop for more flatties... adding more shoes to my already large collection of shoes.

Shoes oh shoes! There are still things motherhood does not change! I love shoes!


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