I most certainly did not hit the shoe section, and quickly begin
These shoes were definitely not children's shoes, as I would never take advantage of having very small feet by purchasing shoes intended for a child. Not me!
I did not have a pity party when I learned that Kohl's no longer offered the style of shoe that I fell in love with, but rather a similar style that looked, well... childish.
I did not move on to little girl shoes, nor did I fall in love with the CUTEST pair of Twinkle Toes in Little A's size.
I did not convince Tyler to try them on her, just to see.
As I was doing this, there was no way that Tyler walked over to the clearance rack and held a shoe up in the air, questioning if it was the style I coveted...
It most definitely was not that shoe.
I did not get excited, jump up, and shout "What size is it?!?" like a fool.
It did not happen to be my size, and the very last pair of that style, marked at 60% off.
I did not promptly inform Tyler that those shoes were MINE!
In light of these turn of events, I did not spend 10 minutes convincing Tyler that Sassy and Little A could really use a pair of sneakers for the summer, nor did I vow not to buy another single pair of shoes for either of them the entire summer (except for a pair of gold sandals for Little A- I explained matter-of-factly that I have been waiting to purchase these to determine her best size as summer nears...)
We did not leave Kohl's with 3 pairs of new shoes. Nope!
We are not SO cool!