"Sandal gap deformity involves medial displacement of the great toe,
giving rise to a greater than normal space between the first and second toes"
I read somewhere that about 45% of babies with Down syndrome have a so-called sandal gap:
some extra space between the first and second toes.
In the picture above, you see my daughter's toes.
She has a small sandal gap.
In this picture, you see someone next to her with a much bigger sandal gap.
I find it sort of funny that I, with one chromosome less than my daughter, have a much more present sandal gap.
Yes, they do happen in other people, too...
And, can you believe I hate to wear flip-flops?
Can't stand the feeling!
Sad, isn't it, while my feet are built for them?
Maybe my little girl will use her sandal gap better ;)
"31-for-21" - Day 19