Here's a fact: Babies and kids outgrow the chichi clothes (the Hanna Andersson, the Zutano, the Marimekko) and the solidly made middle-brow stuff (the Baby Gap, the Carters, the OshKosh) just as quickly and inexorably as they do the stuff from Target. The difference is that parents with a stash of the former are far more likely to consign it than to donate it. Most consignment stores, however, know you're trying to score the good stuff, so they mark it high, nearly at retail. Not so at Once Upon a Child, where even the elite name brands are priced the way used clothes ought to be. (And if you're cleaning out closets yourself, keep in mind that Once Upon a Child pays cash rather than selling on true consignment, so it's a lot less hassle.)

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Minneapolis MN 55416


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