Goodwill Haul - baby clothes

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Hello! Today I share some of the amazing finds I found at my local goodwill. I have a one year old son and I am expecting my second son in a few months. I was able to find some great items for each son at a great price! I also share some tips about what to buy when you are expecting. Hope you enjoy!

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