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Found a lovely toddler shoe

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Janh Mon 14-Mar-05 22:34:25

DS2 was playing out tonight and found a small shoe in the park. It's light brown suede, sort of moccasin stitching, solid sole, lined in soft leather, no brand or size markings, and hardly worn - but was very wet.

No idea of value but probably more than your average Clarks. Local paper comes out on Thursday, deadline Tuesday, thought I would ring tomorrow and ask them to put an ad in - it is such a nice shoe! - any other suggestions?

Fimbo Mon 14-Mar-05 22:38:15

Put a poster up in the park?. I thought ds had lost his shoe the other day but he had managed to get it off in his pram and it was lying in the footmuff - I was so relieved as toddler shoes cost a fortune. Hopefully it will be claimed.

Janh Mon 14-Mar-05 22:46:12

Thanks, Fimbo - DS2 thought it might be a good idea to put a notice up in the park. Prob better than leaving the shoe hanging off a gate or fence!

HappyDaddy Tue 15-Mar-05 00:18:16

I'd bin it. You don't know how it got wet, could be dog wee.

wheresmyfroggy Tue 15-Mar-05 00:26:58

Shoes cost a lot of money......I would be well pleased if dd lost one and somebody lovely found it.........a poster is a good idea.

HappyDaddy Tue 15-Mar-05 00:35:42

I'd be grateful if someone handed it in but I'd bin it cos I wouldn't know what germs had got onto it. I certainly wouldn't be able to put it back on my child.

lockets Tue 15-Mar-05 07:29:52

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Fimbo Tue 15-Mar-05 09:03:01

Whilst I agree with the others, think I would still try to find the owner and then leave it for them to decide.

HappyDaddy Tue 15-Mar-05 09:20:13

True lockets but how often does dog do get inside the shoe if your child is wearing it or it's in the house?

HappyDaddy Tue 15-Mar-05 09:20:43

Fimbo, that's what I'd do too I suppose.

Janh Tue 15-Mar-05 09:33:44

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lockets Tue 15-Mar-05 10:00:18

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Marina Tue 15-Mar-05 10:05:59

JanH, you ARE kind . I'd love to have the option of getting a shoe of sentimental/financial value cleaned up and it sounds like this one could be half of a £35 plus pair.

Janh Tue 15-Mar-05 14:22:57

Aw, shucks, Marina

Have rung local paper and they said they'd put a bit in. It just occurred to me though that maybe I should hand it in to the police station - or is that going a bit far for a shoe?

acnebride Tue 15-Mar-05 14:42:35

I wd say local paper/park more likely to be seen by parent than whatever the police do with lost things. I have to say if I lost ds's shoe I would ask around local parents rather than ring police... just imagining the conversation I would have with policeman on the desk...

you are v kind janh, I have lost ds's shoes in the past and it just makes me weep because it's like chucking out a twenty pound note.

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