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KNZ. 3 kids; Washington 59191 posts
19th Apr '13
Quoting aℓyssa
Allie's Mama 1 child; 1 angel baby; Lynnwood, Washington 3200 posts
19th Apr '13
Quoting KNZ.:" it helped! it made me think maybe donating them/waiting for my friends/families babies to grow might be easier :P haha! it sounds so...involved! "


its worth the wait if you have good items. a few people would bring stuff in all the time and one lady had 2k in her account!



its not as involved as it sounds.
kids ones re harder to find though, not a lot around because clothes usually have stains. I live a block from one though in lynnwood.

aℓyssa 1 child; Kansas 18840 posts
19th Apr '13
Quoting KNZ.:" haha yeaaaah i'm not consigning. it sounds too involved to actually be worth it!"


exactly!



if you're willing to put forth the effort/time, you're way better off trying to sell it on bookoo/craigslist or whatever



...otherwise, take what you have to a place like OUAC and whatever they don't buy from ya, send to goodwill. :lol:

KNZ. 3 kids; Washington 59191 posts
19th Apr '13
Quoting aℓyssa
IDGAF ❤ 1 child; San Diego, CA, United States 30523 posts
19th Apr '13

I sold my DD's old clothes on eBay lol.

Vivian [♥] 2 kids; Balls Deep, in, Georgia 13908 posts
19th Apr '13

I've sold and bought stuff for years now to Once Upon A Child. I live in a busy area so you have to make an appointment to come in. I just bring a basket of stuff, they look over it all and tell me what they can give me for it, I either say yes or no, and they give me $$ right there.
All my friends have plenty of clothes for their own kids so I just take whatever doesn't fit DD to OUAC. Whatever they don't want I just take to goodwill after that. Might as well get some money instead of it all just sitting in my house :lol: