Quincy Mae Quincy Mae is a beloved clothing brand for babies and young children. Quincy Mae features all-organic clothing that is thick, soft, and thoughtfully constructed. Quincy Mae clothing is heirloom quality that will survive […]
Feel like there’s never a promo code there when you need one? I regularly see comments in online chat groups and forums like “Anyone have a promo code for such and such a brand?” Often, […]
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While it’s great to buy the kid clothing you love, we’re also trying to buy items other people will love too. I’m talking about re-sale. From mass market brands to hand-knit wool rompers, there’s a […]
Lights. Camera. War. It’s family-picture time, baby. Time to battle-plan for that magical shot: Smiling, cherub-cheeked children. Children not merely laughing, but frolicking, gaily in gold-dappled meadows of wildflowers or a forest glen. Festooned in frocks and frill from Soor Ploom or Rylee + Cru.
I recently stumbled upon a blog post (that I can no longer find) about how anything worth doing is worth doing poorly. And a Google search earlier today led me to this G.K. Chesterton quote: […]
While typically I’m a buy-sell-trade group kind of mom, buying and re-selling Childhoods hoodies and Hanna Andersson pajamas and twirly dresses, sometimes I just want to buy kids cute clothes. And not worry about playground […]
With a 3-year-old and 1-year-old, I’m on continual lookout for neighbor-kid friends. All of our immediate neighbors have kids 1 to 2 decades older – definitely not prime friend age. So when I saw a […]
On average, popular high-end kid’s brands have a 56% re-sale value. And the brand itself, and garment’s condition, may have a lot less impact on the re-sale value than you’d think.
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