Think a baby you know is missing a little spice from their wardrobe? How about getting them a pair of high heels? Pee Wee Pumps is a Pennsylvania company selling heels meant for the crib set.
Founder Michelle Holbrook was inspired by a pair of crib shoes she saw before getting pregnant with her daughter. Those didn’t stay on her baby’s feet, so she created a better model.
Holbrook isn’t completely crazy, though. She understands that a baby’s feet are still developing and explains the shows are meant as “infant crib shoes,” that stretch and have a collapsible heel. A pair of these not so sensible shoes were originally priced at $35, but now will cost $20.
A photo posted by Pee Wee Pumps (@peeweepumps) on Feb 23, 2016 at 6:46am PST
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