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Thriftstores can be really fun!! I found most of this outfit at one yesterday. It just shows, that you don't have to have lots of money to find nice clothes :b


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Shoes: $2
Skirt: $1
Green Shirt: $2
Pink tank top: handmedown
Necklace: got it at a thrift a while back
Denim jacket: goodwill for like $3?
Total : somewhere around $8.


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And to complete the outfit! My dad found these glasses in a car of his. They look rather neat :D


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Keziah likes them, too. "Hey, keep them on!"

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That's better.


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Keilah doesn't like them as much....

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But she'll get over it.



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Jerushah has a really great business idea! She wonders if "baby baskets" wouldn't sell?


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Baby included.



Lol, ;)

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  1. That's a really pretty outfit! I like the skirt and the shoes a lot. Cute pictures of your little sisters too. :)

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    1. Thanks! I don't usually like big prints, but for some reason, the skirt caught my attention. My sister found the shoes for me..and I found some for her :b . The little girls are fun to play with and tease :D

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  2. Keilah is getting SO big! And so is Keziah, the last time I saw her she was a newborn baby!

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  3. I know!! Keilah is over three months now!!! And though Keziah still.loves being babied, she's outgrowing that :(

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  4. I love thrift stores, in fact I love them so much that I have a hard time believing people pay the amount of money they do for clothes at "real" stores.

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    1. I know..me too...you can find some awesome deals at thrifts..I've found most of my favorite books and even skirts from thriftstores...besides the ones I make ;)

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