What's better than a long weekend? Amazing sales and deals you can shop from the comfort of your couch (or the pool). From cult-favorite baby gear to endless toddler and children's clothing, Memorial Day Weekend is one of the best times to shop for those items you need. And, it's the perfect time to add in a little something for mama. 😉


Here are the best sales to shop over the long holiday weekend.

Nordstrom

Nordstrom's half-yearly sale is happening now through June 3rd—and it's *so* good! Save up to 40% off everything from clothing for mama and baby to home decor and makeup.

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Carter's

Run, don't walk and stock up on baby, toddler, and kid's clothing for the summer. The entire store, both online and in person, is up to 50-60% off. Some deals start at just $3.97. 🙌

SHOP HERE

Old Navy

There are so many deals happening at Old Navy right now. All tees, tanks, shorts and swim are 50% off, dresses are 30% off, and basic styles start at just $5. Something for mama, something for dad, something for baby.

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Ergobaby

Ergobaby's Memorial Day sale has our favorite baby gear up to 30% off! We're talking baby wraps, the OMNI 360 and more. If you need a carrier for your baby or want to gift it for a shower, now is the perfect time.

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Land's End

Land's End is a great destination for the entire family. They have some incredible swim options available right now! All swim is 40% off and everything else is 25% off. Plus, free shipping over $50 orders.

SHOP HERE

Buy Buy Baby

Buy Buy Baby has an entire savings center dedicated to sales this weekend. Car seats, strollers, nursery items and food are all on sale. Hint: UPPAbaby strollers are 10% off!

SHOP HERE

Mini Boden

Starting Thursday, you can get 30% off all items for girls, boys and baby. Use code 6K2L at checkout.

SHOP HERE

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