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Vancouver Mom > consignment

Thrift stores, yard sales and swap meets are always a source of serious bargains when looking for children’s clothes and baby gear. And with back-to-school just around the corner, many of us are in the market for kids’ clothes bargains. However, often what’s available is not the best quality or it’s out of style. When…

Miserly doesn’t equate to misery. This is one of my favorite lines because I love to shop but I am constrained by a budget. In my college years, I was frivolous and could justify any purchase. Now I am a stay-at-home mom in a one-income family. In order to satisfy my shopping cravings, I had to turn to thrifting.

It seems like children can grow faster than biologically possible … at least to us sorrowful moms who want them to stay babies forever. In the first year of life, a child may wear that cute dress once or twice before it’s unable to fit over that ever-growing noggin. Whether you are unwilling to pay $50 for that adorable dress at Baby Gap or you just couldn’t resist that $50 dress at Baby Gap, children’s consignment stores can be a lifesaver on both fronts.

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