I'm not sure this is the correct place for this, but I'm getting ready to do my very first yard sale at the end of this month. I have 3 boys, ages (almost) 10 months, 3 yrs and (almost) 6 yrs old. Over the past 6 years we have acquired massive amounts of everything.....which doesn't work with our smallish 1000 sq ft home. Once each of my kids hits a year, I seem to get motivated to clean out and seeing as the baby is more than likely our last, I'm even prepared to get rid of ALL of our baby/maternity stuff! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/innocent.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="shy"> We live in a rural area, but fairly close to town. We have large furniture pieces to sell also (from a home we inherited), so the sale has to happen at the house as we have no way to move so much to a better location. My question....do I price everything? My SIL has mini-yard sales at her place of business every 6 months or so. She mostly sells outgrown clothes and toys. In the past, she said she priced everything, but found it seemed to discourage people from buying. Now she just puts everything out and lets everyone ask what she wants for items. So what would you do? I have smallish amounts of clothes, TONS of toys, largish baby items (changing table, exersaucer type toys, bouncey seat, carseats, etc), and some misc household items (candle holders, dishes, wall hangings, lamps, books etc etc). Most everything is currently packed away in our shed. And is there a good place to figure out what to charge for most things....like DVDs, we have a huge box of those to sell (another inherited item), they are like new and many are complete tv series....lots of kid dvds etc. Basically, guide me as I prepare for this huge sale (that I'm hoping will generate enough cash to "pay" for the pool we just purchased).