When it comes to our kids, it makes sense that we want the best for them.
The whole point of why we slave away at our jobs everyday is to provide our kids with everything they need.
But when we choose to buy them that pair of Adidas sneakers instead of the cheaper ones at the neighbourhood shops, your kid might not process this choice the same way:
You’re thinking: Oh wow, these Adidas sneakers not bad ah.
The rubber soles thick enough, sponge-y enough, and got option for flat-foot also.
Buy this better so baby’s developing feet won’t get injured when he’s learning to walk and run.
Your little one’s thinking: Daddy bought me this pair of shoes instead of the ones I saw at the wet market.
This pair came from a nice shop. This pair is more expensive.
So everything that comes from a nice shop and is expensive must be better.
Also, Daddy, I’m not a baby. I’m six years old. I’ve been walking for four years now.