You may remember I went to my 1st consignment sale last weekend (I also took off work today to hang out with my MIL & SIL and we went to another one this morning). Below are my finds. After attending a couple large consignment sales, I've learned a few things about them as well as myself. First, you have to be really patient to find good stuff. This typically means that you have to "dig". My SIL is great at this! I, however, am not. I lose interest very quickly and am ready to be done within a few minutes. Second, you have to be brave and stand your ground. There are typically LOTS of people at these sales and most of them are pretty aggressive in going through the clothes. Again, I am not good at this. I am the type of person who HATES being in a crowd - combine that with "digging" and I may be okay for about 5 minutes, but shortly after that and you can just go ahead and count me out. I want nothing to do with it! Despite both of these, I still had a good time at both sales and I do think I'll keep going to them, but I'm probably never going to be one of those women you see in line with arms full of stuff - I'll be the girl in the 10 items or less lane!
Gown, Santa Dress (with bloomers & hat), & PJs (with rattle feet)
Gown (brand new with tags), Onesie & Sweater, Gown
Romper & Gown, Polo Romper, Christmas Dress (with bloomers & head band)
Dress with Sweater (brand new with tags), Romper, Dress
Ignore the wandering pup - she's convinced that everything in this room belongs to her for some reason. Poor thing,
she just doesn't realize how much her life is going to change in a few months.
FYI, the tv is not a permanent fixture in here; however, it will stay until the late-night feedings cease - once that
happens I will worry about what to do here. Also, the 4th wall isn't pictured as it's just a wall of closets.