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Thursday 8 December 2016
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Get Ready! The @Sears All Things #Baby Sale Is On Now!

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I wouldn’t be in the job I am in, if I didn’t still get rocked by all things baby.  My youngest is four, but that doesn’t mean my insides don’t turn to jelly at first sight of a new baby…and don’t even get me started on that new baby smell!  Newborn is my all time favorite baby stage, so I am excited to share the Sears All Things Baby Sale!

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Sears has select baby gear discounted by up to 25%, plus 6 month special financing on not only baby gear, but furniture and/or nursery items over $149 when purchased with a qualifying Sears card.  If you are just starting out preparing for a new bundle of joy, you can save on all the must have items for baby.

Baby and Toddler dresses With Spring and Summer just around the corner, new parents need to be prepared.  Here in the South, the warm weather usually sneaks up on us without warning.  It will be in the 50-60’s one day, and then shoot up to the 80’s then next.  How adorable is this toddler Spring dress for when the sun is shining warm and bright?

30 off Toddler Swimwear
I used to love seeing my chunky baby girl run around in her bright colored swimsuits, and they are 30% off in this sale! WOW! There is nothing cuter than a sweet, healthy baby, with rolls and wrinkles, playing in the baby pool.

Making the best nest starts with giving your wallet a rest. But the list never ends, right? It seems that preparing psychically, mentally and emotionally aren’t the only things you need to worry about when it comes to expecting a baby these days. That’s why the Sears ‘All Things Baby’ sale was practically made for you. Shop the Sears All Things Baby Sale HERE, and save money on baby essentials. Now please excuse me while I go dig out some old pictures, and get all teary that my own sweet, chunky baby is now eight.

 

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This is a sponsored post. I am a Sears blogger, though all opinions are my own.