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    I usually just shop at Target, Kmart, or Big W for myself. It's about all I can afford, and even that's a struggle sometimes.

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    What did all the ladies get upto today?

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    Just working away here! A friend who is a teacher came to my office to have coffee this afternoon, and that was a nice change of pace for the day! I'm jealous of her two weeks leave 😊

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    Settling baby, feeding baby, going to the playground.... The usual boring mummy stuff.

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    Napping when Stephie (DD) naps for a couple of hours, and just generally hanging around the house. I barely have enough energy to stand up, let alone have a shower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxwell's Silver Hammer View Post
    I love cotton on clothes for my big kids. Their sizes are generous, they are not low rise, decent sleeves, no bad slogans and look cute. My 6yr old is in size 10's and we cant shop at target, kmart and big w for her as the clothes are just not appropriate for a 6 year old in those sizes. Cotton on size 8 fits like a target 10 and she looks adorable in nice kid friendly and sun smart clothes.

    We also get a lot from pumpkin patch for her but the colours fad really badly from there.
    Thank you for this advice-my dd is 5 and a 10-12 and target clothes for her size just arent age appropriate
    Last edited by kezanazz; 15-04-2015 at 17:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezanazz View Post
    Thank you for this advice-my dd is 5 and a 10-12 and target clothes for her size just arent age appropriate
    That is ok. I am not sure what we will do when she grows another size. I am considering learning how to sew.

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    I went into jeans west the other day at castle plaza. Wow! Gorgeous clothes with a great sale! Picked up 4 tops for myself and 2 shirts for hubby and paid $100. The quality is good too, and very on trend!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolz83 View Post
    I went into jeans west the other day at castle plaza. Wow! Gorgeous clothes with a great sale! Picked up 4 tops for myself and 2 shirts for hubby and paid $100. The quality is good too, and very on trend!
    I didn't know there was a jeans west at castle plaza until yesterday lol

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    Yeah it's easy to miss that little back part of the centre.

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