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On Pregnant Footsies and Toesies

Being pregnant sure has a lot of perks.  Aside from that special bond that slowly develops between you and your baby, there's also the joy of having hubby pamper you like no other (aminin!)  =)

A downside to all this though is I don't get to wear a lot of my high-heeled shoes or wedges as much as I like.  Since nowadays, walking or even just staying on my feet for a few hours can be such a pain!  It's a good thing So! F.A.B has such great sandals that are not only comfy but oh so stylish as well!

Here are just a few of their designs that really caught my eye (photos taken from the So! F.A.B. website):

Brenda sandals in white (Php899)

Alecto sandals in white (Php899)

Minnesota sandals in white (Php899)

Drooling for your own pair?  Here's your chance to win a free pair by joining Little Miss Dress Up's So! FAB Shoe Giveaway!

Click here for more details.  =)

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  1. great post! i'm having my first blog giveaway, lots of Stila Cosmetics to be won, maybe you'd like to enter? it's open to all readers. Thanks! Good Luck! =)
    xoxo,
    http://fashioneggplant.blogspot.com

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  2. Foot mosturizers are always recommended to pregnant women. And the footsies are lovely.

    Allen Sawyer
    Medical Dictionary

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