As soon as we (the Tool Man, monkeys, and I) walked in the building a lady stopped us and told us that no children were allowed. She said there were 400 people in there (which was a lie) and that it was too crowded. Well, I asked the fam to wait outside while I went to speak to DT for a second, but I guess the Tool Man and monkeys were looking awful pitiful out there, because they were finally allowed to come in.
Boy, was there a lot of stuff in that place, a gymnasium full of children's clothes. Not to mention separate rooms full of toys, furniture, and baby paraphanalia.
I jumped in looking for clothes for Lu Lu while the menfolk went to rummage through the other wares.
Here are a few of the things I found, some of which still had the original price tags on them.
There were tons of smocked dresses and jumpers for sale. I had picked up several Christmas ones to choose from when I ran across this one...
...the only one that had anything to do with the true meaning of CHRISTmas.
And as a bonus it's blue. I love the way blue looks with Lu Lu's eyes!
Then I found this LSU cheerleader suit.
You know football season is right around the corner. How many days is it now, Uncle Jude? I know you've got your calendar marked!
A pretty white sweater and a plain white turtleneck...
I just might have to pull out Kathie Lee and embroider something on that turtleneck!