By Lauren Hise
The recession has undoubtedly affected us all. Whatever our situation may be, cutting costs and getting the most out of our money is every priority. Despite the economy, our children continue to grow and need new clothes, shoes, toys, etc. How great would it be to go to one store to find great bargains in kid’s quality clothes, shoes and other items, and at the same time be able to make money by consigning your child’s gently used clothes and other things they have outgrown?
Baby Love is Atlanta’s newest, most diverse children’s and maternity consignment store and gift boutique, located downtown near Zoo Atlanta. They carry new and gently used consignment including clothing, accessories, shoes, toys, equipment, books and more at a fraction of retail cost. They also carry maternity consignment and nursing wear, new toys, puzzles and new gifts for children and babies, unique gift baskets, balloons, cards and more. They also offer gift wrapping for gifts purchased here or elsewhere.
In addition to the retail store, they have a separate large and colorful studio for classes, events, workshops and parties. Classes offered include prenatal yoga, baby and me music and dance, children’s sewing, and adult photography workshops that teach parents how to take better photos of their children. The studio is also available to rent for parties and other events such as baby showers or play groups. There are periodic special events such as Parent’s Night Out, free play sessions and parent socials.
Baby Love helps families save money, earn money, recycle, and have fun! The local community has shown great support since the store opened its doors in February. They are expanding and are looking for consignors who want to earn extra income by consigning their children’s gently used clothes, toys and equipment. What parent wouldn’t want to know about Baby Love? Please call us at 404-590-1380 if you would like more information. Baby Love consignment store is located at 465 Boulevard, Suite 101 in Grant Park.
New Grant Park Children’s Consignment Store
By Lauren Hise