Jan. 22 in Berkeley, CA: Baby and Kid’s Clothing and Stuff Swap
Do you have kids’ stuff your family is done with? Do you want to get new-to-you kids’ stuff? Come to the next KinderCycle swap! Get rid of what you are done with and take what you want! (see details below)
My favorite find among my bag of goodies from KinderCycle’s last swap:
An Oakland A’s Romper. The tag says 6-9 months, but it looked like it would fit my one year-old son. I shared my find with KinderCycle’s founder and another swapper on my way out the door and they pointed out that if I cut off the snaps at the bottom of the romper, it will make a shirt that will be more like a 2T. It has a few spots on the back side, but I don’t mind a stain now and then and those spots will be cut off when I transform it into a shirt (and they’ll keep me from feeling guilty for cutting an otherwise perfect garment). I looked up the romper online and it sells new for $30 (including shipping). I definitely got my $5 worth!
When: Sunday January 22nd, 2012, 10am – noon
Where: South Berkeley Senior Center, 2939 Ellis Street (at Ashby); Berkeley, CA
Ages: Newborn – 6 year olds
Cost: $5 per family with stuff to swap, $10 per family without stuff to swap
KinderCycle is on a mission to help families effectively get and get rid of kids’ stuff and to keep kids’ stuff out of landfills. Any items that are brought to the swap that are not taken by other families will be donated to charities.
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