Thrift Bliss, the preschool version
I've been looking for a ride on toy for Jack for two summers now.
The thrift Gods finally obliged and we found one on Saturday.
Jack is in L-O-V-E.
I always manage to find whatever it is we want if I give it enough time. (We could never have afforded one of these things at the $300+ retail price. I managed to get this one for $15*.)
Now if only it were that easy to trust that ALL of our wants/needs/problems will be cared for in every aspect of life...
*If you buy one of these second hand, price batteries first. That's why it took me forever to find one, the batteries are expensive and I was not going to pay $50+ for the used toy and then another $50+ to put batteries in it.
Labels: Thrifting for kids