Every boy and girl should know the basics of cleaning, cooking, washing clothes, knowing how to sew a button on etc. It really helps them later in life. Do you have any idea how difficult it is for large women to find clothes at thrift stores? Snatching up the First Day Of Kindergarten Shirt few that are donated seems a bit selfish. I’m a plus sized woman and I would not wear a single one of those outfits she purchased. She can have them all. I know of a Youtuber called Coolirpa who does this kind of stuff, she’s really great at it! You guys should definitely check her Youtube channel out. Whenever I see people like this I can’t help but get a little envious of their obvious gifts. I don’t have a special gift, some friends say it’s my empathy and ability to get people to speak honestly about their deeper secrets. Then by the end of the conversation they say “I can’t believe I just told you that” . But I wish it were more of an artistic gift. For instance, I have a guitar in my room I haven’t touched since a friend gave it to me. Sigh. I should probably pick it up. I’ve always wanted to but never can apply myself.
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What a gift she has to be able to do it so skillfully and the clothes look professionally done. When I was a kid I remember seeing clothes sewn from a pattern and they did not look anywhere near as good as these clothes look. This woman has a natural talent. While I do applaud her talents, because she definitely is talented, it’s just one problem I have. People don’t understand how hard it is when you wear plus sizes how difficult it is to get plus size clothing in second hand stores. Just a thought. How about instead of taking plus size clothing that her family doesn’t need and doing this with clothing that actually fit the First Day Of Kindergarten Shirt she wears. I used to do this all the time it was so much fun but I got discouraged when my cousin made fun of them that was 30 years ago I think I’ll start again after seeing this lovely. I used to do that. I bought a huge dress one time with BEAUTIFUL material in it from a thrift store. My daughter Sally told me, “I hope that you don’t think I’m going to wear that.” I took it all apart. I changed it completely, and when I was finished, Sally loved it. She wore it to school for class pictures. LOL. I love doing that. I had such fun making changes to clothes.
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