Ask and you shall receive. So says Jesus, and so say I!
In fact, all it takes is one request in the comment section, and I am only too happy to pile a bunch of stuff on the couch, the better to facilitate any “ooh”-ing and “ahh”-ing you may wish to do.
So, by popular demand (Pro Tip: Exaggeration), here is the haul from Maggie and Zoe’s Operation: Citywide garage sale shopping extravaganza:
And an exciting close up (or, a photographic explanation for why I don’t try to sell things online):
Quite a haul, right? Here’s the run-down:
–6 sets of 3T summer pajamas (5 of which have both shorts and pants)
–3 adorable tank tops, 2 short-sleeved shirts, 1 long-sleeved shirt
–1 long-sleeved outfit, 1 pair of pants (harder to find the older they get!)
–4T clothes: 2 pairs of shorts, 3 t-shirts, 1 tank top, 1 corduroy dress
–Old school Fisher Price Little People Garage
–Playskool ball popper
–4 pairs of dress up shoes
–3 musical instruments
–1 Backyardigans Beanie Baby
–Assorted little toys (a Little People figure with fence, a mini My Little Pony, a pink basket, a Mickey water cup)
–Not pictured: 8 or 10 books and 1 fabulous green tutu
Total Cost: $31
The rest of the weekend was pretty rainy, so we have had ample time to enjoy the Little People garage and the ball popper (I don’t know its official name). They are both big hits! (Bonus: Coming home from church to hear Mike say, “Only put the balls in the ball popper. Remember what happened when you put the Care Bear in there?”)
The books are a hit, too, including Witches Four, which I remember fondly from my own childhood. I even managed to hide two Dora board books, which I am saving for her birthday and which I will almost certainly regret buying. (I haven’t read them yet, because why on earth would I, but I’m guessing they are not destined to be classics.)
Okay, your turn: Ooh, ahh, and do some garage sale gloating of your own!