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Posted by Alexander Chambers on August 22, 2016

Week Long Sale – August 29th through September 4th, 2016

In celebration of the start of the new school year, we’re having a week long Super Duper Sale and we’ve got all sorts of great bargains in store for you! A new sale every day for the entire week starting August 29th, 2016 and ending September 4th, 2016. Plan ahead and don’t miss out.
 
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Posted by Alexander Chambers on June 20, 2016

The Social Construction of Gender Stereotypes

Socially-enforced gender roles coupled with consistent pressure from parents and peers begin to influence our lives long before we’re born. The interplay between previously-socialized members of society and children who come into being involves a long and complicated web of predetermined performance patterns and societal expectations. It is precisely these predetermined roles set and enforced by the collective members of our patriarchal society that hold the most sway over how we develop, how we see ourselves, and ultimately, who we are told to become. Read More

Posted by Alexander Chambers on April 18, 2016

Come Join Us At Reno Earth Day 2016

Little Monsters Children’s Resale Shop will be setting up our first mobile booth at this year’s Reno Earth Day Celebration, Sunday April 24th, 2016 at Idlewild Park. We will have all sorts of wonderful kid-related items available for sale including bows, tutus, clothing, strollers, toys, books, DVDs, and SO MUCH MORE! Read More

Posted by Alexander Chambers on April 13, 2016

1 Day Secret Sale – April 14th, 2016

We’re having a SECRET SALE! Only one day long – tomorrow April 14th, 2016.
 
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Posted by Alexander Chambers on March 30, 2016

Preparing Young Children for a New Sibling

The arrival of a new baby can bring many changes to a family, and things only get more complicated as a family grows and matures. If you already have a small child and you’re preparing for another addition to the family, it can be easy to get lost in all the stress and excitement. Parents spend a lot of time and energy getting things ready for a new baby, and after he or she arrives, much of the family’s attention is focused on caring for the newborn. Meanwhile, your current child may feel like they’ve been left in the dust. Read More