In this economy not all parents can afford to buy new clothes in which their kids will outgrow in a month or two; as parents ourselves we see this first hand and we hope to resolve that
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Enterprise, AL (PRWEB) November 17, 2010
Kids grow faster than most parents can keep up with. Amanda Brown realized this and wanted a better way to stay ahead without breaking the bank. With the help of her husband, Matt, they created MyKidsConsignment to facilitate the buying and selling of used kids clothes easier for parents.
"In this economy not all parents can afford to buy new clothes in which their kids will outgrow in a month or two; as parents ourselves we see this first hand and we hope to resolve that," says Matt, an Army aviator and co-founder of MyKidsConsignment.
With various input from other parents, friends and family, the Brown's launched the website to cater to those moms and dads looking for some bargains and hoping to pass along their old items their children no longer have a use for. Parents can find anything from newborn onesies to shoes for their growing toddler, year round and not just at seasonal consignment sales.
"I was frustrated with trying to filter through all of the listings on other sites, I figured it should be easier than this," says Amanda, a stay-at-home-mother and co-founder. "Our vision is of something that will be simple and parent oriented."
The listings are exceptionally organized to allow visitors to either browse for items based on numerous criteria or search for an item by keyword or tag. To purchase an item, the visitor simply contacts the seller and negotiates the purchase. There are currently no charges for the service and no plans to do so in the future.
MyKidsConsignment continues to grow and expects to evolve with the input of parents. Feedback is strongly encouraged to make the site more parent-friendly and easier to use. With interaction in mind, MyKidsConsignment even created a Facebook fan page that continues to gain popularity as well.
Matt noted "We're parents too, we completely understand and that is why we want to hear from other parents to make this site by parents, for parents."
For more information about MyKidsConsignment email Matt at matt(at)mykidsconsignment(dot)com, call (682) 233-3330 or visit http://www.mykidsconsignment.com.