|This rack was full on both sides|
|Newborn - 18 months|
Most of this stuff did not sell. :( We put them back into boxes, and those boxes landed in our "playroom." We were too tired to deal with it.
A few weeks later, consignment shops started taking fall and winter stuff. So I tried that route on some of the things. I found out that wasn't worth the time. They rejected 80% of what I brought, and the 20% that they did take...I got about a $1 per item (which was exactly what I was selling the clothes for at the yard sale). But bringing the stuff there, having to wait hours for them to sort it, then get $20? It wasn't worth it.
So we decided to donate it to Goodwill.
Now, G-man has participated in this process very little. He mostly was the brawn who moved the boxes. The actual sorting and dealing with it...not so much. And since the yard sale, he hasn't looked at any of it. He fully admits this, and also has no plans to help me with the cleaning up at all.
I have said multiple times that I wanted the playroom back to working order before school starts. So I have spent a great deal of time bagging everything up, making a list for the tax donation, and driving it over. We have donated about 12 bags, and I still have lots more stuff.
And here we are at the impasse:
G-man thinks we should just bring the stuff over...screw the tax write off.
Just get it out of the house.
I think that for the quantity of stuff that we have, it is too big of donation to not take the write off.
I want him to help me bag and list and finish.
Ok...so who's "right"? Are you team Mysti or team G-man????