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First shoes - Wrestling Duvessa Due October 25 (boy); 1 child; Fresno, CA, United States 261 posts
6th Jun

We're waiting until later to reveal the gender to our family and we wanted to do it with wrestling shoes. Which I'd also like to be the first shoes that are ever put on his feet. But I can't seem to find any small ones that actually look like wrestling shoes. Does anyone know any place that would have them small enough or a website?

AJ's Mummy 1 child; Canberra, OZ, Australia 693 posts
6th Jun

I'm don't actually know where you'd be able to get wrestling shoes in baby size, I'm looking for them here where I am too for my daughter who drop-kicks the end of her bouncer and beats us up because my partner and I are professional wrestlers ourselves.

Just wanna say YAY for wrestling! :D And good luck finding the shoes!

Duvessa Due October 25 (boy); 1 child; Fresno, CA, United States 261 posts
6th Jun

\o/ I didn't want my daughter to wrestle just because I have a problem with building muscle (as in I sneeze and wake up with a 6pac) and I'm worried that she might end up with the same problem. Lol. I'm all for her choosing to be a body builder when she's older but I want her to have the choice to be dainty until then. =P But yeah my boy is def. gonna be knocking them around at an early age. Then he can work on being dainty if he wants. =P

AJ's Mummy 1 child; Canberra, OZ, Australia 693 posts
6th Jun

Haha that's actually kinda cool :P Sorry.
But I understand, I'm all for my daughter being dainty for a long time lol. I'm not really to keen on letting my bub wrestle either, mainly because I'm super protective of her, but she'll be growing up around it and we've already decided our housemates 3 year old son will be her tag team partner :P

Duvessa Due October 25 (boy); 1 child; Fresno, CA, United States 261 posts
6th Jun

I'm afraid I'll be the same way, but I definitely want to encourage some sort of activity. His whole family wrestles so I think it's something for him so strive to accomplish. It's a healthy competitiveness. I mean if my girl decides she wants to do it too, I'm not sure about the outfits but I guess encourage it. Lol they gotta get a little hurt. =[

AJ's Mummy 1 child; Canberra, OZ, Australia 693 posts
6th Jun

True :) I'll be making sure to try my girl out with anything she thinks she'll like.
I'm not a big fan of the outfits for women either, but the company I work for has pretty decent ones compared to our neighboring companies lol. I've gotta start planning my outfit for when I can get in the ring after having bub, but it will definitely be appropriate xD haha
Haha that's true, but only a little hurt :P

Good thing is though, my  won't be allowed to join us with our training until she's 15; that's the age limit our boss has had for years. So before then we'll try her on different sports lol