Aside from treasuring their ensembles for the fond memories, storing them for the next new arrival, or just plain throwing them away, what can a mum do with her baby's outgrown clothes?
Here are 3 ways to clear out.
Sell on eBay for a tidy profit
eBay is a profitable way of clearing out any past season, unwanted clothes.
It's a great idea if you have designer baby pieces, barely worn or brand spanking new, but when it comes to high street brands, you might not be so successful in getting that profit.
Sell to another mum, while giving to charity and receiving credit
ReLIKE.co.uk is a clever new website for mums to buy or sell bundles of their kid's outgrown clothes.
When your bundle sells you receive a £5 credit to spend on the site, or redeem as Amazon.co.uk vouchers.
The site gives to charity when your clothes sell, and buyers can donate at the checkout too.
A courier delivers the items, and credits are awarded when the buyer leaves positive feedback to the seller. Easy and ethical too.
Donate to a children's charity
Why not give to a worthy cause like Mum's the Word who take your unwanted baby clothes and personally deliver them to charities and organizations like orphanages, children's homes and street families in Eastern Europe.
They also donate your clothes closer to home through Social Services and other trusted agencies too, so you'll make a difference no matter where your clothes end up.
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