“I plan on donating too! I have a looooot I’m ready to part with lol,” Chelsea responded.
Other people are interested in buying Chelsea’s clothing because they used to belong to Chelsea.
“I need to know when you do so I can buy them,” said another Twitter user.
“Ok! I’m gonna try to get it figured out and go through all my s**t haha so it might be a while,” tweeted Chelsea. “BUT I do plan on doing it and I’ll post on here when I do!”
“Great!! I know you have the cutestttt fall clothing and that’s fav season! Can’t wait,” they responded.
Chelsea seems to crowdsource advice on Twitter quite often. Last time, she was asking for advice on cruise lines.
“Has anyone gone on a Disney Cruise? I have a question,” she tweeted. “My family went when I was like 13 but I don’t remember….is it super safe? Are the railings high enough? Did you feel safe just letting the kids run around?”
Another user named Katie responded. “Brooks is about as wild & crazy as they come, and I was SO worried about that…We were REALLY strict on ‘your feet stay on the floor. No climbing, even to sit in a chair,’” she wrote.
“We watched all the cruise vlogs and analyzed everything also,” Chelsea responded. “But then after an article I read today I am paranoid all over again!”
Although it’s unsure what articles Chelsea was reading, another Twitter user hopped onto the thread.
“Chelsea the toddler that drowned was dropped by the grandfather when he hung the child out the window,” they wrote. “Why in the heck would someone do that?”
I think we can all agree that’s wildly different than having a kid slip and fall off a deck, but either way being on such a large boat does mean you have to be concerned about safety!