Like all children, mine have hit their spring growth spurts. As a mom, I knew this meant that we not only needed to let go of the old items but that we would be in need of new ones as well. Having been to swapping parties before (where parents swap items instead of selling them), I decided that as money is tight we would consider selling them to the local children's consignment shop first.
I called Once Upon A Child in Huber Heights, Ohio and verified that they were still accepting new and gently used clothes and other child items in return for cash. I then gathered the belongings we wanted to sell and we packed the van full to go to the store. There were many great items and we were sure that we would have a great deal on our hands for cash to purchase new clothes.
Once at the store, we all took turns labeling each of our bags and additional items with our name. We then left the store and allowed the employees time to go through the belongings. At the store we noticed thatRead More »from Do Your Homework Before Selling Your Infant Items