As an adult, unless something drastic happens (which typically centers around Baskin-Robbins) I can generally expect to stay the same clothing size. So when I buy a shirt, pants or a dress for myself, I can wear it until it wears out. But with kids, that picture looks drastically different. The clothing I buy for my kids will last a semester—if that. Then they’re off to explore all that the new sizes have to offer…while we adults turn to coupons to find savings that will get us through the next semester. And so on and so forth.

Here, loyalty clubs and rewards programs are our best buddies. Check out these seven great stores and grab extra savings on anything you need!

1. Kid to Kid

I only heard about this franchise recently. Kid to Kid specializes in "gently used" kids’ clothing—and they buy clothing as well as sell it. It’s not too often you can sell back kids’ clothing and earn a little extra on the side—pretty cool when this happens!

2. Diapers.com

Diapers.com is like a one-stop shopping for all things “baby.” Plus, they have great perks for items you need often!

3. The Ultimate Green Store

Recently, more moms (like my sister-in-law) are opting for organic-only clothing and linens for their babies. But this can get pricey (my sis-in-law buys for four kids)! The Ultimate Green Store is a discount online organic-only warehouse for babies, kids, teens and adults. In addition to clothing, the line includes bedding, bath and body and even pets.

4. Giggle

Giggle is mom-founded and -run. The company has an online store and brick-and-mortar locations (regionally, mostly on the east and west coast to date).

  • Website: http://www.giggle.com
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/giggle
  • Email: Get 10% off when you subscribe to the email list (just enter your email address on the homepage of the website or click here to create an account).
  • Perks: Free shipping for more than 150+ items daily, daily sales items, advance notice of sales (online and in-store), special offers and a Refer a Friend program (if you refer a friend, they get $10 and so do you).
  • Registry: Giggle also has a number of registry perks, including a $50 gift card for in-store registries, a free mobile app, a guaranteed 10% closeout discount (plus many other discounts), and the chance to help orphans (Giggle gives a percentage of registry sales proceeds to charity).

5. Green Baby Bargains

This super-cool site is like Groupon for babies—but without any minimum number of takers. Every day you will get an alert for that day's bargain item, which will be discounted anywhere from 40-75% off retail price. You can opt in or out—it's totally up to you!

6. Baby Earth

Baby Earth has a robust customer rewards program and a comprehensive product line—all eco-friendly and baby-safe. Best of all, baby clothing rarely exceeds $40 in price, and most pieces are between $11-$29.

  • Website: http://www.babyearth.com
  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/babyearth
  • Baby Earth Rewards: Create a free account to register.
  • Perks: Earn 5% back on all eligible purchases, get notified about sales and special discounts, orders $99+ ship free, and save money on future orders.
  • Clearance sale items: The site has pages and pages of clearance items on which you can score discounts.
  • Registry: It’s easy and free to create a registry online. You can earn Spa Rewards ($25 for every $250 purchased from your registry) or 5% BE Rewards credit. You also get an automatic 10% off registry completion discount, and your friends/family earn 5% BE Rewards and the option for eco-friendly gift wrapping when they shop from your registry.

7. Green Babies

Green Babies is an ultra-affordable, organic cotton, clothing, linen, books and accessories store (perfect if your baby has sensitive skin). Most pieces are in the $12-$30 range. The Green Babies line is carried in many Whole Foods locations nationwide as well.