See Kai. See Kai crawl (in a pair of Smaller booties).
Look! Kai is walking (in her See Kai Run shoes).
Kai is growing. Her feet are getting bigger, too. Uh-oh! Kai needs new shoes: big-kid shoes.
Kai, the latest from beloved shoe manufacturer See Kai Run, fits feet sizes eight to thirteen. It’s perfect for the preschool crowd ready to ditch naps and sippies, but still provides flexible soles to support growing feet.
The fall line includes eight styles: two-tone trainers (black and gray, blue and gray) and brown ankle boots for little guys, plus Mary Janes (black patent, brown with hearts, pink with flowers, magenta) and gray boots with floral appliques for the gals.
Every pair (save for the girls’ boots) uses See Kai Run’s Velcro closure for easy on and off.
See Kai assert her independence.
Available online at seekairun.com, $50-$56.
AJC Decatur Book Festival
What: Visit the children’s stage and march along with the parades.
Why: Songwriter Caroline Herring makes words jump off the page.
When: Sat., 9:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.; Sun., 11:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: Festival, Decatur Square, 101 E. Court Sq., Decatur. Parades start behind Emory Medical Care Foundation, 101 W. Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur. Admission is free.
What: Wander through the corn maze, meet the goats, and go for a hayride.
Why: Nothing says fall like bonfires and toasted marshmallows.
When: Sat.-Nov. 20. Schedule online at uncleshucks.com.
Where: 4520 Hwy. 53 E., Dawsonville (770-772-6223). Admission is free; activities, adults and children, $1-$16; under 5, free.
What: Dazzling graphics light up Stone Mountain.
Why: New technology gives it major wow factor.
When: Sat.-Oct. 29. Schedule online at festivals.stonemountainpark.com.
Where: Stone Mountain Park, U.S. Hwy. 78 E., at exit 8, Stone Mountain (770-498-5690). Admission is free; parking, $10.
Photo: Courtesy of See Kai Run