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These Boots

Huxley shares my love of muddy boots.

I can’t even begin to tell you how happy it makes me that he finally fits into these. I picked them up months ago from a local children’s consignment shop and have been eagerly waiting for his tiny toes to fit inside. That day is here, and it’s a blissfully muddy thing to behold.

*For those that were wondering, I actually have no clue who the maker of the boots is! There is absolutely no identifying label anywhere on them, and, since I bought them used, I don’t have the box they came in to refer to. So sorry! They’re ankle boots with a green tractor on the side, and that’s about all I can offer, in terms of figuring out who made them!

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