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Thread: maternity clothes

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    Junior Member Leah Stewart's Avatar
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    I was hoping, maybe, someone would know of a person trying to get rid of maternity clothes, size large. I had clothes from when I was pregnant with my daughter but apparently I was A LOT skinner then, so I had to give the away! Ugh! I have been checking eBay and I have placed some bids but those ladies are getting up there in price and I don't have that kind of monies, LOL. Thanks for looking and for any in put added! :-)

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    check the second hand stores.

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    I have gone to the thrift store a couple of times but they are lacking in general. LOL... why did I not think of Craigs list. I feel silly I am going to go check it out! Thanks to you both!

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    Joann's and Hancock's usually have at least one brand of patterns on sale all the time, usually either $1 or $2.

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    Oh, I never thought of that, joann's has all their patterns on sale for $2. Thanks

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    And then there's FreeCycle. I heard one lady a few weeks ago say she got some when someone was moving and didn't want to take everything with her.

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    And you could check rummage sales, and thrift stores too.

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    Maternity cloths are getting harder to find, around here anyway, it seems the youg girls around here just wear tighter and tighter cloths while pregnant. I know last year when my niece was pregnant we couldn't find maternity cloths anywhere!Well except for your high end specialty shops.

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