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Any colour croc type shoes but the ones with no holes in as I need them for work when i go into theatre and blood gets everywhere!!..lol. If anyone could help that would be fab..rep will be given. Read More
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
Any colour croc type shoes but the ones with no holes in as I need them for work when i go into theatre and blood gets everywhere!!..lol. If anyone could help that would be fab..rep will be given.
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#4
sweetfeetshoes.co.uk have them and they were on sale last week.
Free P&P and use BC10 for 10% discount.
i love my crocs!!!

crocs - work shoes - specialist £28.99
#6
I dont really want to pay that much as they will just get splattered!! will keep looking thanks though rep added.
#7
you job sounds intresting, what is it you do in theatre (if you dont mind me asking)?
#8
http://www.shudoo.co.uk/P~CR-ALB~Crocs+Alice,+Black

Crocs are on sale at the mo - this style is only £21 here and there's no p&p.

http:///www.shudoo.co.uk/sites/shudoov2.60/productimages/430x430f/CR-ALB.jpg
#9
I only want croc type shoes..have found these on ebay which i quite like..not sure bout w on side though..lol.
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#10
4lyons09
you job sounds intresting, what is it you do in theatre (if you dont mind me asking)?


not at all..i love my job!! Im a maternity support worker i get to assist with c sections in theatre. Normal births too in the main labour ward. I want to be a midwife but this is the closest thing to it until i train.
#11
mamamia7
I only want croc type shoes..have found these on ebay which i quite like..not sure bout w on side though..lol.
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the w will soon be splattered in whatever it is that flies about at work ......(i know what it is at my work but i don't think that's a word that i'm allowed to use here).:whistling:
banned#12
mamamia7
not at all..i love my job!! Im a maternity support worker i get to assist with c sections in theatre. Normal births too in the main labour ward. I want to be a midwife but this is the closest thing to it until i train.


Wow, bet thats an interesting job!

Couldnt deal with sad births though (stillbirths etc) i cry just reading about them let alone seeing it happening in front of me :-(

xxxx
#13
ahh sounds like a great job, but like SM said, I couldnt deal with the sad part of it, must be heartbreaking x
#14
student_mummy
Wow, bet thats an interesting job!

Couldnt deal with sad births though (stillbirths etc) i cry just reading about them let alone seeing it happening in front of me :-(

xxxx


had my first the other day..the baby was a week overdue and the mum had to give birth..saddest thing i have ever had to deal with. We were all crying and the poor midwifes had to wash and dress the baby who looked pretty horrific (only way to describe it..he had been dead for few days). But that is very rare only 1% of births go that way. We also cry (well i do) when a baby is born fine..its the most amazing thing ever seeing a baby take its first breath.
#15
mamamia7
had my first the other day..the baby was a week overdue and the mum had to give birth..saddest thing i have ever had to deal with. We were all crying and the poor midwifes had to wash and dress the baby who looked pretty horrific (only way to describe it..he had been dead for few days). But that is very rare only 1% of births go that way. We also cry (well i do) when a baby is born fine..its the most amazing thing ever seeing a baby take its first breath.


Awww thats just heartbreaking. Thats one of the reasons I could not be a nurse,midwife or anything that has to deal with issues like that, would be too hard. I am so emotional, I cry at xfactor,soaps etc :oops:

Im sure your job is really rewarding though, seeing all those babies that are brought into the world :)

Just a shame about the sad ones, I could never imagine the pain xx
#16
mamamia7
not at all..i love my job!! Im a maternity support worker i get to assist with c sections in theatre. Normal births too in the main labour ward. I want to be a midwife but this is the closest thing to it until i train.


What about just cheap shoes from Primark?

Everybody seems to be loving they £2 pairs of trainers lol.
banned#17
mamamia7
had my first the other day..the baby was a week overdue and the mum had to give birth..saddest thing i have ever had to deal with. We were all crying and the poor midwifes had to wash and dress the baby who looked pretty horrific (only way to describe it..he had been dead for few days). But that is very rare only 1% of births go that way. We also cry (well i do) when a baby is born fine..its the most amazing thing ever seeing a baby take its first breath.


Aww thats lovely :)

It would be lovely seeing all the new babies :-D

My nephew was stillborn at a week overdue which was why i was terrified about going over my due date. I know that isnt always the cause but in my nephews case there was no reason for it which was why it scared me so much :-(

Luckily (in a way) i had pre eclampsia with my first and got induced early and my second was born on her due date (that was scary enough tbh)

I know its rare but i just dont think i could deal with it at all, thank god there is people like you and the other midwifes though :)

xxx
#18
AshleyRFC
What about just cheap shoes from Primark?

Everybody seems to be loving they £2 pairs of trainers lol.


I doubt they would be comfy if your on your feet all the time though, you would need cushioned ones.

I love my cheap primark shoes, but they dont last long if you wear them daily.

Schuh,clarks,barratts are what I would suggest, maybe worth a look. Or the specialsit nurse shops online.
#19
student_mummy
Aww thats lovely :)

It would be lovely seeing all the new babies :-D

My nephew was stillborn at a week overdue which was why i was terrified about going over my due date. I know that isnt always the cause but in my nephews case there was no reason for it which was why it scared me so much :-(

Luckily (in a way) i had pre eclampsia with my first and got induced early and my second was born on her due date (that was scary enough tbh)

I know its rare but i just dont think i could deal with it at all, thank god there is people like you and the other midwifes though :)

xxx


Sorry to hear about your nephew, so sad xx

I was worried with my daughter too as they say there is more risk, I was 11 days over when she came

My little one came 2 days late but to my calculations was his EDD anyway

Ohhh I love baby talk, makes me all broody :oops: xx
#20
4lyons09
I doubt they would be comfy if your on your feet all the time though, you would need cushioned ones.

I love my cheap primark shoes, but they dont last long if you wear them daily.

Schuh,clarks,barratts are what I would suggest, maybe worth a look. Or the specialsit nurse shops online.


I love mine too but they wee trainer ones are supposed to be pretty comfy.
#21
student_mummy
Aww thats lovely :)

It would be lovely seeing all the new babies :-D

My nephew was stillborn at a week overdue which was why i was terrified about going over my due date. I know that isnt always the cause but in my nephews case there was no reason for it which was why it scared me so much :-(

Luckily (in a way) i had pre eclampsia with my first and got induced early and my second was born on her due date (that was scary enough tbh)

I know its rare but i just dont think i could deal with it at all, thank god there is people like you and the other midwifes though :)

xxx



That same day we delivered a baby at 29 weeks and she was perfect..breathing on her own..she was very tiny but the docs couldnt believe how well and alert she was for being so early. It just doesnt make sense sometimes that a baby that young was fine and a fully formed term baby isnt. We wont get to find out why either as mum didnt want a post mortum.Unfortunately with every job there are downsides but for me they are rare.
#22
I think what your training to become will be brilliant.

All my midwifes were brilliant, I couldn't have gotten through all the births without their help, they were all really nice but also firm at the times where I needed to push etc, I think its good to have that balance where you can be tough if need be.

I couldn't do what your doing as I dont think I could handle it when things go wrong, but I think it shows what a great person you obviously are.

I wish you all the best with getting to where you want to be and in your shoe hunt. xx
banned#23
4lyons09
Sorry to hear about your nephew, so sad xx

I was worried with my daughter too as they say there is more risk, I was 11 days over when she came

My little one came 2 days late but to my calculations was his EDD anyway

Ohhh I love baby talk, makes me all broody :oops: xx


Thanks huni, thank god its rare but when it happens in your family it makes you feel so worried!

Awww :)
I know what you mean, i have to wait at least another 4 years.... :cry:

xxxx

mamamia7
That same day we delivered a baby at 29 weeks and she was perfect..breathing on her own..she was very tiny but the docs couldnt believe how well and alert she was for being so early. It just doesnt make sense sometimes that a baby that young was fine and a fully formed term baby isnt. We wont get to find out why either as mum didnt want a post mortum.Unfortunately with every job there are downsides but for me they are rare.


Wow, thats amazing!! :w00t:

xxx
#24
4lyons09
Sorry to hear about your nephew, so sad xx

I was worried with my daughter too as they say there is more risk, I was 11 days over when she came

My little one came 2 days late but to my calculations was his EDD anyway

Ohhh I love baby talk, makes me all broody :oops: xx


My daughter was born 12 days over and was delivered by emergency c section as her heart rate dropped. Im very lucky to now work with the team that delivered her and helped me through my horrible labour. I love looking at all the babies..i get very very broody..lol!!! But it also reminds me how hard it is at the start. Its nice to be able to give new mums the support post natal and help them when they are tired..emotional and just need some sleep.
#25
do u ahve to get croc type shoes?? why not justa cheap pair of trainers????
#26
i need to be able to wipe them clean inside and out due to infectin control...also they nned to be very comfortable as im often running around like a headless chicken. Everyone else wears croc type shoes so i thought they must have learnt from experience that they are best to wear in our jobs.
#27
student_mummy
Thanks huni, thank god its rare but when it happens in your family it makes you feel so worried!

Awww :)
I know what you mean, i have to wait at least another 4 years.... :cry:

xxxx




xxx


i have to wait 4 yrs too...lol. what are you studying?! (having a name like student mummy im just guessing your a student still..lol)
#28
mamamia7
i need to be able to wipe them clean inside and out due to infectin control...also they nned to be very comfortable as im often running around like a headless chicken. Everyone else wears croc type shoes so i thought they must have learnt from experience that they are best to wear in our jobs.


What size do you need hun?
#29
size 7
banned#31
mamamia7
i have to wait 4 yrs too...lol. what are you studying?! (having a name like student mummy im just guessing your a student still..lol)


lol, yeh my 2 jobs are in my name :p

Ive got 2 years left of a Psychology and History degree to do. Then i have a years post grad (teaching) and then on to a High School to teach history for a year or so before i can have another one :lol: (thats sensible me talking anyways :roll:)

So are you studying while your working then hun? xxx
#32
No pretty sure that they are, but from what I can remember sports direct even had like there own version so maybe if you could pop in they would have them.
#33
AshleyRFC
No pretty sure that they are, but from what I can remember sports direct even had like there own version so maybe if you could pop in they would have them.


they say ladies..well done i will pop in to have a look. :thumbsup:
#34
mamamia7
they say ladies..well done i will pop in to have a look. :thumbsup:


Oh jeez so they do, please excuse my stupidness its been a long day already lol.
#35
student_mummy
lol, yeh my 2 jobs are in my name :p

Ive got 2 years left of a Psychology and History degree to do. Then i have a years post grad (teaching) and then on to a High School to teach history for a year or so before i can have another one :lol: (thats sensible me talking anyways :roll:)

So are you studying while your working then hun? xxx


wow thats brilliant... i think its great when people can study and be a mummy..both very demanding but worth it in the end.

Im starting in sept my access to higher education course and then uni next sept..so 4 yrs til im qualified. Someone i work with is just about to start studying medicine and she has 2 children one with learning difficulties...i really admire her!
#37


Good find. I am also looking for something similar for my mrs. These look ideal and reasonably priced. Rep given.
#38
do you not get your shoes provided .we do where i work (nhs hospital) may depend on area and budget :oops:
banned#39
mamamia7
wow thats brilliant... i think its great when people can study and be a mummy..both very demanding but worth it in the end.

Im starting in sept my access to higher education course and then uni next sept..so 4 yrs til im qualified. Someone i work with is just about to start studying medicine and she has 2 children one with learning difficulties...i really admire her!


Yeh defo hun, ive been so bored being at home with the girls. Obviously i love being with them but 24/7 house work gets a tad annoying :lol:
WQow, medicine!!! Bet that will be really tough! xxx
#40
fanny
do you not get your shoes provided .we do where i work (nhs hospital) may depend on area and budget :oops:


no we dont..i work in a hospital too.

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