In the house, I don't wear shoes.
We laugh about how many times I have been barefoot and pregnant.
Being barefoot outside is a totally different story.
At my home, we have really nasty, sharp rocks in a lot of places.
They seriously hurt when you step on them shoeless.
I wince in pain if I ever choose to make a run to the van without my trusty shoes on...and that is like 18 inches from the door.
For my children, (the Amazing Barefoot Wonders) however, those sharp rocks do nothing to slow them down.
Even if they go out with shoes on, before too much time elapses, they are, most certainly, barefoot.
It's one of those crazy abilities I guess we lose as we get older.
"THE ABILITY TO WALK ON ANYTHING, ANYTIME, ANYWHERE SHALL BE BESTOWED UPON YOU FROM THE AGE OF ONE YEAR UNTIL YOU REACH THE AGE OF 25. AT THAT TIME, YOUR FEET WILL RETURN TO THEIR BABYLIKE SOFTNESS."
Do you remember running around sans shoes when you were younger?
Do you still?