Anyone remember the post from this past fall where I talked about how I had this crazy idea to buy as much of Addison's summer clothes at the Goodwill as I could?
And how that idea morphed from just her summer clothes, to her fall clothes as well? Well, I'm proud to say that exactly one year, 4 seasons, and a ton of clothes later, that adventure has finally come full circle.
It was a good run. I got SO many great things. And managed to never spend more than $1.50 for each piece.
But it all came full circle two weeks ago when I cleaned out her closet and sold a good portion of those thrifted but oh-so-loved clothes at our church's children's garage sale.
In the end, I bought Adds all the clothes pictured in this post and a new-to-her bike and still managed to make back almost all of the money I spent this past year!
Which means, all of Addie's clothes for the past year, including the bike and these extra clothes, didn't even cost me $100.00. That's crazy! Less than a hundred dollars for a year's worth of clothes and a bike.
And with that? I'm done. It was fun while I did it. But I'm ready to move on. Partly, because now that Addie is a little older, she's a little more picky. Partly because now that she's a little older and wearing a different size, it isn't as easy to find things in her size. And partly because I just don't have the time to be at the Goodwill digging through the racks every Thursday morning like I did.
But? I will always look back on this little quest of mine with fondness and a great sense of accomplishment!
Especially when I see her ride her new bike!