Although it’s been only a short time since you and I have been acquainted, I would like to profess my love for you.
Is it too soon? I don’t want to spook you like a cute, furry woodland creature in the night.
Please, let me start over.
May I be in deep like with you? I’m in such like with you that I would give you a handshake and a big hug if you were a real person and we met for the first time over coffee.
It already feels as if we’ve known each other forever. The familiarity is like a soft, warm blanket.
Let me dedicate this pin from Pinterest to our budding relationship. I also want to thank you for the friendships that I’ve made.
You’ve had such a positive financial impact on me and my family as well! I’m forever grateful for the ease and overall user experience of your app.
It’s addicting and so fun to browse the cute shops, use the favorite feature, buy stuff, and list the pre-loved goodies from our household.
Other companies are going to be nervous if they take note of the increasing amounts of time that we’re spending together, so let’s keep it a secret, shall we?
This letter also goes out to all of the beautiful souls you’ve introduced me to since we’ve met and to the lovely new people I’ll surely meet soon!
I know that I’m not alone when I say that I appreciate you.
Thank you for creating a wonderful experience for me and my daughters Coco + Lulu and the rest of the world!
In case you haven’t heard about Kidizen, it’s the <del>greatest since sliced bread</del> free app that you can install on your mobile device.
It’s a wonderful space to buy and resell kids clothes. It’s different from other apps in that my experience has been outstanding with their community.
It’s almost perfect! I only wish reselling items from my own closet was as easy and convenient! Everywhere else, I’m talking to you.
Since I’ve downloaded the Kidizen app, I’ve sold two items in as many days. Hooray!
Raising kids is not exactly the most cost-conscious endeavor and it just makes sense to reduce, reuse, and recycle whenever possible. Plus, I’d rather support a mama and her family. You get way more bang for your buck than spending the same amount at any of those mall stores.
Kids outgrow things nearly instantly. My youngest daughter Lulu is an example, as she’s 4 months old and is already wearing a size 12 months.
I think we have an obligation to be mindful, deliberate, and conscientious and this extends to the examples we show the next generation.
Why don’t we have some fun while saving unwanted clothing from making it to a landfill?
Let’s dress our kids stylishly in the process, make some new friends and pick up some functional and adorable things we need at the same time!