For the longest time now I have been selling my children's clothes to a nearby consignment shop called Wear me Again. She pays you after they sell giving you half of what she sells which isn't a lot especially if she has a half off sale but at least I get something or that's what I been telling myself anyway. For a while I went to other consignment shops that pay you cash on the spot but they are so picky about when you bring them in and bringing them in on their hangers etc. etc. Wear me again isn't picky like that. you can just bring them in garbage bags, all seasons clothes mixed and any day any time so that part couldn't be easier. Lately though I have been frustrated at trying to shop their for a couple of reasons: 1. she puts so much on the racks you almost can't pull something off to look at it and possibly try it on, I have seen some things where the tags have gotten pulled off for one reason or another so I wonder how they know who to give the credit to when it is sold. Which of course makes me wonder how much I am making when I pick up my money. she doesn't give you back your clothes if they don't sell in a reasonable amount of time but donates them to 2 different charities. anyway reason number 2 The dressing rooms are often very messy. I went in there last Saturday and there were so many clothes in the floor I had to literally clean up the mess before DD and I could even begin to try on the stuff we had picked out. There were clothes and hangers everywhere which really ticked me off. I know they weren't short handed in employess either b/c I saw one lady handling the front check out and 4 or 5 in the back room sorting through things someone had brought in. I complained at the checkout and she asked one of the employees to clean up the dressing rooms. I'm beginning to think I could do better just having a yearly yard sale. At least then I could know what each clothing was selling for. Or I could just pay it forward and give them to someone especially DD's clothes as it isn't hard to find someone with a little girl. So what do you do with your children's clothes when they outgrow them?