Yes, I said it. I'm now thinking that squeezing out another season of The Youngest's cleats, and giving in to his demands of the cool rocker converse high tops, which do NOT come in wide widths may permanently damage the kid's feet. He came in after stubbing his toe on the wall - and no I didn't ask how - I really didn't want to know anyway. When I looked, I noticed that he was walking on the side of his pinkie toe.
I'm thinking this is from The dude's side of the family, because I do not have sideways pinkie toes. I have high rider pinkie toes, that do not touch the ground at all, or just barely.
Oh, and ignore the fact that The Boys feet are not at all clean. They run around barefoot 365 days a year, only donning shoes out of necessity - the No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service kind of necessity at that.