Sunday, July 10, 2011

Knee Deep...


This is what my living room floor looks like today.  I'm getting ready for the consignment sale.  Daddy is in charge of the girls, he is so good to do it and they love him so (especially the baby).  I'm thinking about putting a sticker on Charlotte, however, that reads:  "Dear Daddy.  I am allergic to eggs and peanuts."  At the beach I found her happily in the high chair with a peanut butter sandwich, hives all over her mouth.  The next 40 minutes was spent trying to find a store that sold Benedryl in our desolate beach vacation!  Oh well, I am thankful to have him and thankful that she was just fine after a while.

Check back later on this week to find out what I choose to sell at the consignment sale instead of ebay.

Here's a sneak peak on what's in the garage ready for tagging!

5 comments:

  1. I've been too afraid of consignment sales to get involved in them. Have you ever hit any bumps in taking the consignment sale route??

    BTW, loving your blog! You're doing a great job with it!

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  2. To funny, I have the same Dora house and two of the same LPS houses ready to tag for the consignment sale I do in Sept. I guess you are an Ebay mommy who like me is not big on mailing heavy bulky items unless there is a significant profit. Love your site!

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  3. Thrifty Chick PickJuly 11, 2011 at 12:20 AM

    I am tagging too, just ordered my barcodes for a huge sale in Knoxville, TN!! It is great to get rid of the big items there. I also just sold 105 bucks worth of stuff on craigslist!! Woo hoo, sold a Little Tikes Activity Garden for 75.00 and a Fisher Price Go Baby Crawl Cruise Jungle for 30. Sweet!!

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  4. I am sooo looking forward to your posts on consignment sales! I have never sold at a sale, and I very seldom shop at them. I went to one when I was pregnant with DD#1, and bought a ton of maternity clothes for really good prices - it was a MOPS consignment sale. Every sale I've gone to since then (JBF, etc.) seems so overpriced to me. But I see other mothers gathering up stuff by the armload! So that makes me highly interested in selling. =)

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  5. I LOVE selling at JBF! You do make a ton on clothes. I frequently buy my kids clothes for $0.50-$2 at garage sales (name brand nice clothes) and resell at JBF for $3-$10. It like making money to cloth them. Yipee!

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