My daughter has been wanting some of those heely shoes. Her dad said no, mostly because he didn't think we could afford them. Plus he was afraid she might get hurt with them. Today we stopped at an end of the year yard sale. Found a couple real nice sweaters for my daughter. Told hubby she would like them, ok. Then we found a huge bag of hair ties, figure I can run them through a hot wash and she can have them. Then there was a pack of brand new hair ties, got those too. Also found her some "training" *ahem* garments. So that all cost me $3 and we were about to leave and my husband noticed shoes on the table. I said, yes they would fit her, no you won't let me get them for her. He said, "Why not?" Me: Because you told her no heely's. Hubby to the home owner: How do these work? So she shows him how you can make them sneakers with this one part or take it out and put the wheels in. So he turns the tag over on the shoes and it reads "$3.00" He looks at me and tells me they are $3 and I can get them for her if I want. We dithered for a minute and the lady said "You can have them for $1.50" So we bought them! They look almost brand new and the lady said she paid close to $40 for them for her daughter!! My daughter squealed with delight when she saw them and started shouting "You are the best, Dad!!" and followed that up with a huge hug and kiss. I don't care that I am the one who actually paid for them, and he got the thanks, it was just wonderful seeing the two of them share a moment.