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A Closet Full

You know how we like to get a deal on things (see here and here for examples). Well, I feel like I got an okay deal on some things this past week. I am a member a group on Facebook called Charlottetown Kids Buy, Sell, Swap. It a great place to post things that you are either looking for or want to get ride of. You have to act quickly though. Most things are snatched almost as soon as they are posted. I always look for things for Joash, but have never had very much luck.

Until this week. I had noticed a lot of boys clothes, but was too late to get it. Then the seller reposted, saying the original buyer had changed her mind. So I jumped on it and got it. It was as a set of  18-24 months clothes, which I know Joash will grow into. The next say, I saw another seller posting a lot 12-18 month boys clothes. I just happened to be looking shortly after she posted it, so no one had commented on it yet. So, I did and as I was looking at her other pictures, I noticed she had a winter coat, snow pants, and a small lot of 18-24 month clothes. I made her an offer for all of it, which she excepted. 

So, Joash is pretty much clothed for the next year. I would like to get him a winter church outfit and he may need a few more pairs of pants and pajamas, but for his everyday clothes, he is set. He will also need some shoes, but I don't really see the point of getting shoes until he starts walking, so I am waiting on that as well. Hurray for good deals!

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