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    Default Shopping!!!!

    How much do you like to shop for your baby? Those cute outfits and Fun toys?!

    Where do you think is the best place to find these cute but inexpensive stuff?

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    I love shopping for my dd who is 13 months, I normally look at the catalogues Big W Target and Kmart and when they have sales on clothes and toys I normally do a big lay by for the next season. Saves a heap of money. I have just done a big winter layby through Target I just love their stuff. I am also subscribed to ozsale and brands exclusive where they have different brands of both baby and adult clothes massively discounted every day. If I find a brand of clothing I really like I buy a fair bit of it in the next size up and store it away. I save lots of money doing this and keeps the hubby off my back from buying too many clothes because they are usually on layby or they come in the post and I store it away and he can't see me buying little things here and there lol. Hope this helps

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    I love shopping for my kids. I do tend to go to markets and boutiques and sometimes the bug main ****** shops (not usually for clothes though)

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    So nice to know I am not alone on shopping craves!


 

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