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post #201 of 288
breast pads. taken

xl glamourmom tank taken

xl and some xxl nursing shirts. a couple have some stains but can be used for just around the house. taken

medela breast pump. I can't find the cord, it runs on batteries or you can use a universal cord. has the plastic storage bottles. and some other storage bottles. taken
post #202 of 288
a big bag of unwashed wool fleece.

I was going to wash it up and use it as stuffing or spin it. but I realize I don't have the time.

taken
post #203 of 288
I think Leah was looking for wool stuffing.
post #204 of 288
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I think Leah was looking for wool stuffing.
thanks! I pmed her.
post #205 of 288
wipes warmer taken

adding
nursing bra, motherhood 42F it's worn, and has seen better days, but if you need a backup, it would be the one.
post #206 of 288
me again adding one more

evenflo walk around stationary walker. needs a good cleaning as it's been stored. the seat can be removed and washed. I loved it as Madison was able to walk around but I didn't have to worry about her going over anything or out a door.
post #207 of 288
I have most (if not all) of the fabric needed to sew your own Mei Tei carrier. I attended the workshop at the Babywearing Conference last year and had enough supplies to make two. I will happily pass the fabric (twill and cute print) along for someone to turn into a carrier or use however you so choose. claimed

I also have a little potty that needs a home (Joi, did you want this?) The seat of the potty can also be used as a potty seat on top of the regular toilet.
post #208 of 288
citrus deo discs from milagos. I can't remember how many exactly. I think they came in a 10 pack and there's at least 5, but I think closer to 8.
post #209 of 288

yard stuff

~80 curved edging blocks, 3-5 part-circle edging blocks and ~10 straight edging blocks, all in red concrete - taken

~50 bricks, mostly red concrete, a few plain concrete

Pile o' rocks

Concrete bird bath - taken
post #210 of 288
Anybody want 3-4 wool sweaters that would be appropriate to make into soakers that I never got around to doing. I have at least 2 black ones and 1 sage green one. I might have a couple others too.
post #211 of 288
1. about 20 flannel contour dipes, newborn to medium taken

2. Large bag of L and XL maternity clothes taken

3. Computer monitor (17in i think, not the skinny kind though)
post #212 of 288
bag of craft "stuff". random, at best. please take it all!
post #213 of 288
I will be in Portland on Wednesday, so I am going to make a list of stuff to give away while I'm there. I'll update this post later.
post #214 of 288
Big ol pile of back Bust and Hip Mama magazines.**gone**

Green and white leaf-y dishes.
post #215 of 288
Huge bags of baby boys clothes from nb to 12 mo....... going to v v sometime soon so lmk. **gone**
post #216 of 288
baby saucer,
bounce vibrator seat,
board books,
pressure washer( not much pressure left in it)
boys cloths, 18 months to 4t, random at best, mostly winter cloths
post #217 of 288
Canning Jars -Dozens in various sizes 1/2 c to 1 1/2 qt

These have been spoken for -Thanks!
post #218 of 288
Hey... I know you! 1.5 qt? that sounds huge...
post #219 of 288
I wish someone would come to my house and take away my small Fuzzi Bunz that have seen better days. They also have some random hemp inserts that could stand to be stripped but otherwise work well. I also have some random small-ish fitted diapers that are very girly, made by an unknown WAHM, that were never used by me, possibly only used by one previous owner.

I'd even be happy if they ended up being donated to Miracle Diapers. I'd do that myself, but not having a car makes that pretty difficult.

Taken

I also have a really old serger that needs to be serviced but otherwise still works according to my mother. I have no sewing/serging skills at all.

Taken
post #220 of 288
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Hey... I know you! 1.5 qt? that sounds huge...
shhhh... don't tell any of my secrets...hehe

yup -only have a couple of those and for the life of me can't remember how I got them. I've been holding onto all these jars for years thinking that I'm going to start canning again. Yea, probably not in this lifetime!
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