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Friday
Aug172012

Suri Cruise and Her Many Rainboots

Suri Cruise in her Tretorn RainbootsOne of the most recent pictures of Suri and Katie wandering though NYC has her in a new, very efficient and streamlined pair of Tretorn Rainboots.  Looks like Suri is growing up.  She was once a fan of Kidorable Fairy Boots, Kidorable Lady Bug boots and cute pink Hatleys, but now a ripe old 5, Suri is a big girl.  And she'll keep her girlish whimsies to her umbrella.  Suri's Kidorable Fairy Rain BootsLadybug Kidorable Boots on Suri

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