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Beanstalk Hosts Event with Infant Sleep Expert Natalie Willes

Tuesday, June 23, 2015


Beanstalk hosts event with infant sleep expert Natalie Willes.

Portland children’s consignment shop, Beanstalk, will host a free informational and Q&A event with infant sleep consultant, Natalie Willes on Thursday, June 25th.

Natalie Willes is a mother of two and has worked for the last four years with families all over the world who were in dire need of a sleep expert for their infants. Willes is able to design a custom action plan for each unique family, and now Portland families are able to learn more about this opportunity during this free event. 

Designed specifically for parents in their third trimester or parents of newborns, the session will cover topics such as the nursery set up, how long infants should stay awake before nap time, and how to help the infant nap during the day without impacting the parent’s ability to sleep at night.

Not only is the event free, but attendees of the event receive a discount to go toward any Beanstalk purchases. 

This is a great way for parents to come together and learn more about one of the most difficult aspect of parenting.

“As a sleep consultant, I’ve worked with families all over the world for the past four years, helping many babies get the sleep they need, both during the day and at night. I have developed an approach that combines techniques from popular sleep training books, and, most importantly, a lot of my own experience, for a truly unique approach to sleep training,” says Natalie Willes.

Infant Sleep Event at Beanstalk, 3527 NE 15th Avenue, (503) 477 - 7776. Thursday, June 25, from 6:30pm to 8pm. 


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Get Started

Bring in your items during regular business hours Tuesday through Saturday, no appointment needed. You may drop items by as many times per month as you like. 

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Bring Clothing!

Beanstalk accepts clothing sizes preemie to 10. They ask for current season clothes that are freshly washed and in excellent condition without stains, tears, odors or excessive wear. 

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Or Shoes!

Beanstalk accepts up to youth size 2 (exceptions for rain/snow boots). They also carry soccer cleats, tap shoes and ballet slippers too! Please give shoes a fresh wash (if they can be) or a quick wipe down.

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Toys and Games

Wooden toys, puzzles, games, musical instruments, Legos/Duplos, trains, cars, board books and story books are always welcome. Make sure that all toys have their pieces and fresh batteries and items are clean and free of recalls.

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Items NOT accept

  • Gear that has been damaged, has missing parts or has been recalled.
  • Items from smoking homes.
  • Unwashed items
  • Car seats, car seat boosters
  • Cribs

*Beanstalk doesn't usually accept box store brands such as: Okie Dokie, Kids Korner, Talbots Kids...

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How Consigning Works

While the Beanstalk team reviews and selects your items, you can shop and wait while. 

Selected items will then be priced, steamed, tagged and showcased at Beanstalk for 60 days. Selected non-clothing or higher end items may get extended consignment time.

You will receive 40 percent of the selling price of your items and 50 percent on items priced over $100.

At the end of 60 days any unsold items will then be donated or picked up per your agreement request. 

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Choose Cash or Credit

Beanstalk lets you choose to use your consignment dollars as credit or collect a check by stopping by 7 days a week during business hours.

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