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In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb

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It is now officially spring! Bostonians have just begun to get out of their winter caves and think about warmer weather.

The change of seasons always means it’s busy here at Growing Up. Parents begin to clean out their closets of spring and summer clothes that no longer fit their kids. These parents, and tons others, are also seeking good consignment bargains for warm weather clothing and gear — shorts, bathing suits, flip-flops, sundresses, riding toys, and so on. Each day, we accept tons of spring and summer clothes, sort through them, price the keepers, and get them put out for sale. Just as soon as we put them on the racks, we have to hop back to the register to ring in purchases — we simply cannot keep warm weather goods in stock!

We mention this for two reasons. First, please continue to consign your spring and summer goods with us. We’re open seven days a week and no appointment is necessary.

Second, Growing Up is a mom-owned business. We are a staff of two who can’t remember the last day we took a day off. We’re busy, but it’s for a good reason: we’re receiving and giving you the best children consignment goods in the area. Sometimes it might seem to a first-time visitor that our store is “messy” — we’ve seen some reviews to this effect. But once you get to know us, you’ll know that it sometimes can’t be helped — especially now that we’ve expanded to include a children play area.

Even the highly-staffed, overly-sterile GAP can see disorder from time to time. Let this video show you!

Thanks for your understanding and your continued business. Hope to see you soon.

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About GrowingUp

We are a children's resale boutique in Belmont, MA with a wide selection of gently used, brand-name boys & girls clothes, maternity clothes, toys, books, and gear. Coming soon: women's resale clothes.

4 responses »

  1. hi, i have two nursing dresses, perfect for spring. one is barely used, the other new. can i bring them?

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  2. OMG – Great video. Personally I LOVE the “mess” at Growing Up. It’s not really cosignment shopping unless there is a little bit of a hunt and joy of a great find, both which happen regularly at Growing Up. It’s definetly a special place!

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