I've been selling things for a few months and it works for me. My kids outgrow their clothes and I need to make room for new. It's important to keep in mind that the things your kid doesn't play with/fit in anymore aren't making you ANY money jammed in closets and drawers. I don't want to deal with a garage sale or flea market. This is a good option to make a little money while I am making room.You won't make a lot of money, but you will make more than you will dropping it off in a donation bin (ALWAYS $0).The buyers will explain their pricing policy and answer any questions you may have. They can cut you a check, or if you prefer, give you store credit.A suggestion when selling to Kid to Kid: don't set your expectations too high. You are selling used clothes and toys. Don't take things personally. The buyers know what's selling and what's not. They may not have room for all your treasures.Remember, selling to Kid to Kid is money in your pocket, closet and drawer space.