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Newborn 3 Pc Set Sleep Gown, Blanket, & Cap $ 2 TRAIN AUTISM SERVICE DOG 4 SON

$19.80

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Estimated to arrive by Tue, Aug 28th. Details
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Estimated to arrive by Tue, Aug 28th. Details
Calculated by USPS in US.

Return policy

None: All purchases final

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Category:

Outfits & Sets

Quantity Available:

Only one in stock, order soon

Condition:

Pre-owned

Size:

Newborn

Color:

Yellow

Material:

100% Cotton

Sleeve Length:

Long Sleeve

Season:

All Seasons

Country/Region of Manufacture:

Unknown

Theme:

Lamb

Brand:

Unknown

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Shipping weights of all items added together for savings.

Posted for sale:

More than a week ago

Item number:

607972754

Item description

Please be sure you want this item before you buy it. I do not accept returns or issue refunds! __________________________________________ Embroidered lamb on gown blanket make this outfit POP! Super cute for picture op or that first visit to Grandma's house. Quite sure this set was a name brand, (probably Carter's), but tags were removed to prevent any irritation to newborn skin as this was a hospital outfit. I do remember I paid over 50 for the lot. Everything is in like new condition, little bugger was 10 pounds at birth and couldn't wear this but twice! All 3 pieces have been washed with All Free and Downy Free before pictures and packing away. (Hanger not included, I have tons more clothing to sell!) __________________________________________ Multi-tasking here... trying to de-clutter from both of our mother's estates, reduce some our own 'STUFF', plus raise funds for our service dog. Really not comfortable setting up an online charity fundraiser, we'd so much rather EARN the money we need than beg for it. MANY items in different categories will be listed, please check my store often to see new listings. The net proceeds will go towards training for my 14 year old son's new autism service dog. Sadly, Christmas Eve morning 2015, we lost his previous dog, Zeus, who was being treated for canine discoid lupus, hypothyroid, arthritis, and mega-esophagus. We spent around 8,000 for medical bills in 2015 alone, but his last bout of aspiration pneumonia was too much for him and we had to let him go on to the Rainbow Bridge to wait for us. This 107 pound German Shepherd Dog was my son's passport to the independence that most people take for granted. A breeder of working dogs saw our December 8, 2015 story on Knoxville Channel 8 WVLT TV, and felt God was telling him that a specific puppy in his latest litter was created just for my son. Michael brought the puppy to meet Zeus on December 13th, and we named her Zena. We arranged to pick her up Christmas Day so we could all spend several days at home adjusting to each other. Zeus seemed to get a burst of youth from her visit and showed extra spunk for a couple of days after. Little did we know he would become sick again on the 17th and we would lose him on the 24th. God provided before we even knew we needed the provision. Ryan is now of the age that he should be directing Zena's assistance instead of us. That means money, lots of it, to provide professionals who know how to teach Ryan to communicate with Zena properly and make them into a team. You have the opportunity, through the purchase of this item, to be a part of this process. After the item picture(s) I have added a picture of the memorial watercolor piece Ryan did Spring 2015 of himself and his daddy with Zeus, created from a picture of them taken in the summer of 2009. The next picture is of the Channel 8 web page where they published the story about Ryan and his two service dogs. I wanted you to know this is not a made-up story. The last picture is of Ryan with Zena in his lap, taken early summer 2016. Ryan also has stores on three sites that sell his art on MANY items and he gets a small royalty from those sales. There are over 400 pieces of art for you to view. If interested, just send me an email and I'll send you links to his stores.
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