These are in no particular order:
A small children's piano, a wooden Little People and a vintage plastic Fisher Price high chair (I had the entire set as a child) and a wooden bench for Spenser's dollhouse.
A bunch of vintage patterns. I think most are in the size 16 range, but because my size seems to fluctuate, I figure these are good. There is one ugly late 80's-early 90's pattern on the top left that I accidentally picked up under duress. (Some fool was arguing with a lady over a lamp that she picked up that he wanted and it turned ugly. He was screaming, cussing, and threatening her. Joe asked him politely to stop cursing around our children and his ugliness was diverted toward Joe.)
A little mini flannel-board story set.
Some vintage books, including Ed Emberley and Childcraft.
Everything at the Swap Shop is free. Including free shows from mouthy idiots.
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Thank you for all of your bra sympathies and expertise. I have lots of information to pour over. I have checked out a few of the bras, and some of them don't make them smaller than B-cups. But I'm not giving up hope!
And a special thanks for your well-wishes for Sawyer. He is still the same. I took him to the specialist yesterday and apparently he was the one who consulted the P.A. at the E.R. I thought we'd get a second opinion, but it was still the same opinion. He thinks a sling would not help him at his age and Sawyer may not like his arm to be strapped to his body using Ace bandages. I do agree that if he were strapped as such, it might throw off his balance and there would likely be more injury. He is expected to have a full, 100% recovery in about three weeks. (And then, according to the specialist, "he can jump on the trampoline." His exact words. Honestly, after the Spenser incident, she is limited on the trampoline and Sawyer is not allowed. Ever.)