The people who lived here before us used to have a children's clothes store, aimed mostly at religious Jews I think. They had plenty of merchandise left when they moved, and told us we can have it all. We got some really good finds - we have them to thank for our stock of lovely baby blankets, for instance.
There were also some very pretty dresses for little girls. We have most of them sealed in two large cardboard boxes and plan to donate them to a local second-hand store - there are several of each variety so it wouldn't make sense to keep them all, as well as dresses for girls aged 12-14, which we would have to keep for another 10 years or so!
I'm sure the people at the second-hand store will be thrilled to receive the clothes - they are in excellent condition, brand new in fact, and mostly still in their packaging and with price tags on them. They are of excellent quality, too.
We have, however, saved a box for ourselves as well, for dresses which can be used by Shira in a year or two. Aren't they pretty? I love old-fashioned flowery patterns, much better-looking than what I usually see in the children's clothes department. They look so pretty and feminine, and I look forward to seeing Shira wearing them.