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Friday, August 16, 2019

MRS Dees Corner -Mums On Heels

No one can deny how classy and chic a lady on heels looks.






Whether they are pumps, stilettos or wedges, they give a woman's step that extra spring and balanced gait that is lacking with flats. The right heel shoes can even turn an ordinary dress to a spectacular one.


I used to do a few heels as a single lady till I had my babies and my high heel life ended before it even started. The first time I tried them on after delivery, I couldn't stand in them for long due to pains in my hips and knees and my legs were noticeably jittery. I thought the pains and shaking would wear off with constant use but it became worse and I was forced to give it up. The doctors attributed it to loss of bone density due to multiple pregnancies.


Now I'm stuck with wearing flat shoes alone and sometimes they don't bring out the beauty in my appearance. I just admire mothers who still do heels and do so elegantly.


I wonder if this inability to wear high-heeled shoes happens to most mothers or is mine one in a thousand kind of thing?.

35 comments:

  1. I can wear heels from now till eternity. Thank God for block heels now.

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    1. Oh my God! I tot it was just me, gosh i fell from mine and since then, i i packed all and dashed them out

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    2. I can't do without heels, even during my pregnancies. Once morning sickness disappears, I'm back to it then I pause until after 6 weeks when my Csection must have healed a bit.
      But I've started wearing a lot of trainers now cos my house is about 20mins from the train station, but during winter I still wear boots with heels, be it wedge etc. It just makes me look elegant, comfortable and confident πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.
      May God have mercy on my old age though 🀷🏾‍♀️

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    3. Twenty min from yours to the train station is far .you can wear flat and change later .
      For me, I live less than 2 min from the train station (more like a door to door for me πŸ˜‚) though my work is say 20 min away from its station so I have to wait for the company vehicle to pick me up so it’s easy for me to wear my darlings
      I wear heels a lot ,say between 3 inches to 4.5inch for business and day to day activities ) i rarely wear a 5(strictly for hanging out or causal )
      In total I have a little over 93 pairs of heels ,4 flat Sandals ,2 flat shoes(plus a ballerina) 12 Sneakers ,3 bedroom shoes.
      Yes I wear all my shoes (i definitely have favorites lol)
      No , I don’t go out of my will or break a bank to my by shoes though I have more shoes than clothes and bags combined (I’ve got say 6 decent bags ,two beach bags two back bags )
      That’s all .

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  2. You're not alone. I'm practicing how to wear heels again. It may never be the way it was before childbirth cos I now struggle with my balance on heels so I go on flats.

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  3. 😁😁 my sis stopped climbing her high pointy heels as soon as she dropped her second child, now its 3inches, kitten heels n flats.

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  4. I don't even like heals as a single, I believe I wont feel it if I can't wear it after delivery

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  5. Any form of stilettoes, no matter how beautiful e be na waka pass I dey ooo
    I prefer and love wedges bcos for me It's balanced and I feel very comfortable
    The people wey dey carry body on top heels................I respect una

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  6. Even as a single lady, I never liked heels because of the obvious (something big and smooth😊😊 will be dancing behind me while I walked).
    And for days, That "hip pain and more" -the pain in the ankles will make life miserable for some days. That is why I liked sandals and flats or just comfortable heel (e.g. 1 inch or less). My eyes opened the day I went for a check up outside the country and saw in the doctor's room the changes in the skeleton of a woman after sometime of wearing heels.😯😯😯
    I wonder why ladies will structurally deform themselves in the name of wearing heels. By the time the lady is 50-60, she will be waddling like a duck 😊😊😊, coupled with osteoporosis (bone thinness as age advances), she could become bound to a wheel chair. Then she turns round to blame God for "not being kind to her".
    Now on osteoporosis, our diets matter. If you love alcohol, soda drinks (the one you call "minerals" -because of lots of refined sugar and its phosphorus), you are in for earlier osteoporosis. I drink pure juice drinks or some with natural sugars. My DH always says, it either you pay now (time and cost of juices) or you pay later (health costs in later life). The juices (and lots of water) adds to my smoothness 😊😊😊😊

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    1. I hate fizzy drinks I gave it up in 2008. I also stopped regular juices because it is filled with sugar. I only drink water, decaf tea no sugar or green tea.

      Heels I only wear it on SPECIAL occasions. Don’t get it twisted I buy heels on a regular but never wear them haha.

      For work I only wear flats never heels because I cannot cope with having back to back meetings in different rooms and running up and down in the building. Na siddown look I dey for those oyinbo that wear heels to work EVERYDAY HIAN!!!!!

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    2. I hate fizzy drinks I gave it up in 2008. I also stopped regular juices because it is filled with sugar. I only drink water, decaf tea no sugar or green tea.

      Heels I only wear it on SPECIAL occasions. Don’t get it twisted I buy heels on a regular but never wear them haha.

      For work I only wear flats never heels because I cannot cope with having back to back meetings in different rooms and running up and down in the building. Na siddown look I dey for those oyinbo that wear heels to work EVERYDAY HIAN!!!!!

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    3. My dear, leave oyibo. I was sitting in a court rotunda and saw a certain white lady walk in high heel shoes several times. I even whispered to y husband who stated, 'babe, those heels are working' About Noon, guess her feet hurt because the same lady was now wearing flat slippers.
      I also saw another lady in the morning wear flats into the courthouse. Did not know she was an Attorney. Right before her docket, she pullet out her bag, brought out her high heel shoes and wore them before she went and stood before the Judge. I just shake head.

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    4. Story of my life!
      But I am somewhat getting better, as long as as it is 2 or at most 3inches then I am good to go! If not, na flats got me.
      Things we give up due to motherhood πŸ˜‚

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    5. @20:58
      Is it court cases that you and your husband went abroad to entangle in?
      I hope you are not writing from jail.

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  7. I have been wearing ridiculously high heels since my teen days so I know they fit my aesthetics better than flats. I even drive with heels on.

    It's a lifestyle adjustment cos you have to get used to it before being a mom. But to avoid endangering your kids, flats and platforms to the rescue.

    Best caution about high heels ..If you don't feel at ease, don't wear it. Simple.

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    1. I have been wearing high heels since i was a teenager. I am tall, big backside and hips so heels carry all this well. . I have 5 children and wore heels till the last month of my pregnancy..i have to talk to my mind body and soul that its ok to wear sneakers sometimes

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  8. I hate flat shoes. I could barely tolerate kitten heels though I'm slowly being won over.

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    1. Kami where have you been????
      Welcome back
      Plus you won the question Stella asked.

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  9. how i love heels, but had to stop after i had accident

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  10. See the life of a woman always giving up something cos of marriage.

    The most Complex

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    1. Not because of marriage but mostly because of child birth and getting older. So a woman that didn’t get married but still had a child can give up on heels so don’t get it twisted.

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  11. Watching ladies wearing heels walk in hip hugging after knee skirts turn me on, real on.

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  12. I was a heel person till pregnancy and motherhood s3t in,now I'm learning to wear heels again

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  13. That's how we were in a Management meeting and the MD's secretary passed the meeting room in her high heels. MD who was in the midst of a presentation forgot himself and was drooling! When he caught himself he made a comment about women and heels. Meanwhile this secretary is not beautiful oh. You need to see his wife! Very very beautiful!I jus tire for men. But he inadvertently announced their affair that day. That look he gave her was epic! Recently someone walked in on them 'banging' in his office. The story making rounds in the office now is the size of MD's dick. Mschew

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    1. @15:30
      Seems you work in a porn house?
      😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯😯

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    2. Chineke!!!!
      Wetin we no go see for corporate world??!

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  14. I have lost the energy in wearing heels except wedge. But during my time with the bank, that was before I gave birth it was really cool

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  15. I love heels, 3 inches max though πŸ˜€
    On special occasions, I do highhh inches.. LMAO πŸ˜€πŸ˜

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  16. A mom here.
    I think wearing heels is a lifestyle because people said that when I get pregnant and have a child, I would stop wearing heels.
    Lewwwll.
    I only stopped wearing heels at 7 months! 7months!

    And then 3weeks after cs, I started wearing block heel.
    6 weeks later, I was back to wearing my stiletto.
    2 years down the line and the naysayers have shut up about me reducing the length of my heel because they have realized this baby girl lifestyle is ready to stay 😁

    Heels give you a certain oomph and sexiness that flats can never

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  17. Really?? My mum wears 4" at 62years+. She does it so so well ehn and all her friends ask her how. If I buy a shoe that's not high enough, she automatically owns it. I love buying her shoes cos its Very cute seeing a grey haired momma walking in heels and leggings 😁 with shirt. Love my momma of 5 champs with 4 grandkids πŸ₯°πŸ₯°

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  18. I stopped wearing heels after my first child! I tried wearing it after my second child but na ankle/heel pain no allow me shine!

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  19. Cold shivers running down my spine.. Not only do you get bigger feet after childbirth , you may also have issues with heels? Jeez

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  20. Enter your comment...I can wear heels comfortably anytime, any day,anywhere.
    I love wearing heels and I love people that walk comfortably in heels.

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  21. I don't wear heels because of my height

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