For me it might be confusing, with the sudden profusion of limbs.
But smart little Libby had no problem putting the shoe on the right foot.
Kids love the many mirrors at Jerusalem's Bloomfield Science Museum.
Wanna see Crocs for a giant? Click here.
(A post for James' Weekend Reflections meme.)
Bonus: Shoes and Jews --
According to the 16th century Code of Jewish law (the Shulchan Aruch), when putting on shoes, the right shoe goes on first. When tying shoes. the left shoe is tied first. When shoes are taken off, the left shoe comes off first. This custom is based on the belief that the right is more important than the left. Therefore, the right foot should not remain uncovered while the left is covered.
The Kabbalists describe the body as "the shoe of the soul." Just as shoes protect feet from the dirt, so too does the soul require the body as a shoe to protect it during its journey in the physical world.