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Recent Acquisitions

The change in weather has brought a sudden need for new footwear for our little guy. Those feet of his just keep growing, and his garden clogs aren’t offering quite as much warming protection as the shift in temperature dictates.

Thredup proved the solution, as they have been recently for all of Huxley’s clothing needs. Love those guys. I’ve found their offerings of gently used (and even new) items to be stylish, well-made, and incredibly reasonably priced. Even better, if you share your love for them and folks sign up as a result, you get buying credits. Last time I got on the horn, my waxing rhapsodic about the online consignment store garnered me $25 in credit, which I’ve since used to buy two him hoodies and some winter slippers.

I don’t know if I love the snow boots or the desert boots more. Huxley loves them both, although he does ask me to put his ” ‘no boots” on him considerably more often.

Come cold weather, my tiny Englishman’s feet will be ready. Bring it, autumn leaf piles and winter snow. I’ve got you in my crosshairs and I’m ready for action.

 

 

 

 

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