Another week and the weather is awful where we are. So for inspiration we are choosing the summery pink daisy shoes which are worn in this picture by Peyton from Australia who's mummy kindly sent in the picture of Peyton in glorious sunshine wearing hippofeet.
The daisies are such a beautiful baby shoe and daisies have been a favourite of little girls all over the world forever. They are cute and breezy and remember us of happy days just as baby Peyton does in her super cute pic.
Below is a list of 10 things about daisies from an article in the Telegraph
Daisies belong the family of 'vascular plants' - those which circulate nutrients and water throughout the plant. They make up almost 10% of all flowering plants on Earth.
'Daes eag' is thought to mean 'day's eye', after the way in which it opens at dawn.
This was classified by Paul Dietrich Giseke, a German botanist and close friend of the Swedish 'father of modern taxonomy' Carl Linnaeus.
The (usually) white petals count as one flower and the cluster of (usually) tiny yellow disc petals that form the 'eye' is technically another.
Daisy leaves can make a tasty addition to salads (they're closely related to artichoke and are high in Vitamin C).
Daisies are thought to slow bleeding, relieve indigestion and ease coughs. In homeopathy, the garden daisy is known as the gardener's friend for its ability to ease an aching back.
This is because they thrive in generally inhospitable conditions are are resistant to most bugs and pesticides.
These include Goldenrod, making them an important friend of honey makers.
It is important to choose the right shoe size when purchasing our soft leather baby shoes for your child’s feet to grow healthily and happily.
Please note: We are not able to provide free returns due to size of a pair which have been purchased as the size indicator is a guide. Please use the measurement guide and chart below to determine the size you need for your baby before making a purchase.
To measure your little one's feet this is what HippoFeet recommend: