If you’re a Mom, you know how hectic life can be with little ones. You also know how quickly kids grow out of their clothes and toys. These growth spurts often leave our homes filled with perfectly good toys and clothes that our kids no longer play with or fit in. So, what do we do with all these left over toys and clothes?
Craigslist is a great way to earn a few bucks selling gently used baby/kid stuff, but it doesn’t always feel like the safest option. That’s why a fellow Mom created an awesome new platform designed just for Moms’. It’s called MommyTrade. Let me tell you more…
MommyTrade is the New Craigslist for Moms. That’s honestly the best way to describe this totally unique platform. Designed exclusively for Moms’ to buy and sell gently used toys and clothes, this platform is easy and FREE! That’s right ladies, this is a totally free way to sell your kids old stuff. I piqued your interest now didn’t I?
How It Works
So how does this whole MommyTrade thing work? It’s super easy and FREE! I know, I already said that…but it’s pretty awesome so I had to say it again. Let me show you how easy peasy lemon squeezy this thing is!
1. Visit MommyTrade
2. Browse by Zip Code, Featured Listing or Category
3. Sign-Up to Buy and/or Sell
3. Find the item you’re looking for
4. Contact the Seller
5. Buy and Sell Cool Stuff!
It’s as simple as that! You can feel safe because this is a place created by Moms’ for Moms’. Earn a little cash selling your gently used baby and kids clothes and accessories or buy great stuff at discounted prices from other Moms’ just like you. It doesn’t get much better than that!
Join the MommyTrade Community
Head on over to MommyTrade to learn more about this amazing community. Don’t forget to be social and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and Google +. So, what are you waiting for?!
*Disclosure – This is a sponsored post in conjunction with MommyTrade. Organic Sunshine accepts sponsored posts and monetary compensation to support this blog. All opinions expressed are 100% mine. For more information about our disclosure policy, please visit our disclosure page.
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