What is it about little children's items that makes them so adorable? Maybe it's that everything is so tiny.
While wandering through Walmart one day, I made my usual trek down the clearance aisle. I am one of those people who loves to see what's on clearance and loves it even more if I find a bargain.
Recently, I did my usual routine and when I approached the clearance section, the first thing I saw was a lot of signs that simply said, "$1.00". Wow! That got my attention since everything within that area was clearly worth a lot more. I thought I must have read the signs wrong or they had the wrong items on the shelves. I spotted a Walmart employee and immediately inquired as to the signs and she insured me that they were accurate. Whoopee!!
As I quickly searched the area, I was amazed at what I was finding. So many great toys and other items for $1.00 each! I began grabbing anything I knew I wanted and even things I wasn't sure about. As you can imagine, the aisle filled up with other shoppers who quickly discovered my goldmine.
One of the items was this little girl's purse. It was simply adorable. I have a niece who loves jewelry and things like this, as most little girls do, and she was the perfect age. I only saw one purse and I grabbed it.
The purse is very furry and soft. I'm not smart enough to figure out what the animal is, but I thought it was a bunny or a kitten. There were no whiskers, so I really didn't know, then realized that it didn't matter anyway. It was just too cute no matter what it was. With a pink face, yellow nose, big ears and a hot pink bow on its head, it could be anything and my niece would not care.
On the back of the purse is a zipper with a compartment for carrying the treasures that a little girl collects. It has a long, bright pink strap. The tag recommends it for ages 3 and up.
My niece was quite excited when she saw it. She proudly showed it to everyone around and began filling it with her necklace and other items. I loved watching her parade around with it as if she were a grownup. That was possibly the best $1.00 I ever spent.