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    Woven wraps!

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    This pretty much sums me up

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    Clothes for my daughter! Her drawers are at the point where I have to open them a tiny bit, slide my hand in and squish the clothes down so I can open the drawer all the way.
    This is the same for me apart from my DS. I have just done a cull as his draw was full of clothes that were outgrown, and I've just brought new ones today. I couldn't fit them in the draw lol.

    I have 2 DD'S too but I love buying little boy clothes, he's only little and the cute small boy clothes are way sweet. I can't go past cute little boy t-shirts especially, he's got so many in all different colours and patterns.
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    Clothes for myself and DS... Although I NEVER have anything to wear! And cushions...I have a total cushion obsession :/

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    I usually like buying retro shirts for my family. I was so excited when I found a Goonies t-shirt for DS1

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    Cushions, photo frames, manchester, home decor! Like how many freaking cushions can we have? Its mental

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    This pretty much sums me up

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    DH made me clean out my stash recently

    I do feel a bit better for it though - I was never going to use half of that so is a bit of a relief.

    As for other things
    - nail polish
    - kids clothes. I try and restrain myself, but I dont do all that well at it really ... she still has more clothes than 3 children need
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    Quote Originally Posted by BH-KatiesMum View Post
    DH made me clean out my stash recently

    I do feel a bit better for it though - I was never going to use half of that so is a bit of a relief.

    As for other things
    - nail polish
    - kids clothes. I try and restrain myself, but I dont do all that well at it really ... she still has more clothes than 3 children need
    - craft bits
    I had not choice but to get rid of some of mine a few years back. It got wet and moldy

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    Clothes for DD.
    And black or white singlet tops for me! Lol.

    Oh...plastic containers (decor etc), can't help it when they are on sale. You can never have enough containers!

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    Nothing!!

    I've tightened my belt so much.

    I need clothes for ds & dd but had to let my mum do the shopping and they look horrible. (I totally wouldn't dress them how my mum would 😂!) ohh I did lash out at Bardot for dd's birthday they had a black and white piece

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