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I got this sweet little whale top on Etsy. When you have two small children, thrift store shopping seems like a world away.
April 28, 20104:36 pm
I completely agree. Sifting through lovely racks of vintage bliss is no place for a double stroller- Thank goodness for etsy!
April 28, 20105:23 pm
It's so cute!Can you do a post on Mother's Day ideas soon please? It's getting close and I don't know what to do.
April 28, 20106:19 pm
If I would have seen this on etsy I would have snagged it up! I've been wanting a 'different' print to wear around.
Anita (Married... with dinner)
April 28, 20107:21 pm
So adorable! I had a Bermuda bag cover that would've gone perfectly with that shirt. Let me teleport back to 1985 and see if I can dig it up.
April 28, 20108:59 pm
I hear you on the thrifting thing. But pretty soon it will be yard sale season and dad can stay home with the little ones while I skip out early on Saturday mornings. That's going to be my consolation prize. Are there yard sales in SF? How would people do it?
April 28, 20109:46 pm
this is absolutely adorable. great find!
April 30, 201012:44 pm
Love this print! Way to support vintage Etsy sellers!
May 5, 20109:58 pm
So True! I have been thinking the same exact thing. Etsy is not as good as the real thing, but a wonderful substitute for now.
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