- Stroller. It's nice because it folds up really small, but it still can hold an infant carrier on top. $2.
- Backpack carrier for hiking. $5
- High chair. The black thing on top of it is a cushion so the high chair doesn't scratch the kitchen chair that the high chair sets upon. Also, it has a tray that pops out and is dish-washer safe. $5
- Monkey Halloween costume. $2.50
- Office chair! No more sitting on a folding chair while I work at my desk all day! $5.
- Various books. $1.25
- Brand new earplugs. $0.25
- Sledge hammer. $1
- Puzzle. $0.50
- Bathroom scale. $1
- Cloth diapers (eight newborn size, never used). $2
- Spinny toy thing. $0.50 (We got this because I loved them as a kid and never had one.)
Eric has been hitting up the garage sales on his own for a few consecutive Saturdays. He convinced me to come along this time. It was a lot of fun. Ike was very well behaved, and we're really happy with our purchases - especially the stroller.
We had purchased another stroller that was used and came with a carseat, but I wasn't with Eric when he bought it. I told him to buy it if he though it was a good deal, which it was. But the carseat itself is not really stellar. (We have a carseat that our friends lent to us, so at some point we need our own.) Plus, the stroller that came with that carseat is enormous. It's very impractical. So, I'm happy to have a smaller umbrella stroller that can hold a carseat but can also just hold a child independently and doesn't take up my entire trunk or coat closet.
Also, so dang excited about the monkey costume.