​Websites That Help You Unload Your Barely-Used Baby Gear

Sites like ThredUp, BuiltByKids and BabyBugg make it simple to sell or donate clothes, gear and toys that you no longer need.

by Fatherly
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At this point, you probably have a pile of lightly-used bouncy seats, trash bags filled with right-size-but-wrong-season baby clothes and discarded baby gear that resembles an Egyptian pyramid. If you’re holding it all for your pregnant sister or baby number 2, congratulations on being a conscious consumer. If you just want the crap gone, the internet is here to help: ThredUp is an online reseller for women’s fashion that also accepts baby clothes; is a great DIY activities site with huge classified section devoted to gear like strollers, bassinets and toys; and makes donating stuff to families in need simple. There are plenty of others, so dedicate a few hours to excavating that pile, before you wind up on an episode of Hoarders.

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