I was pleased with myself and told R., who appreciates those rare moments where I express the frugality I was raised with (it's rare these days). R. looked at the amount the trike was going to be initially listed at and felt sticker shock. I laughed at him, and looked up the retail for it (it's the Kettler pink princess tricycle with the push bar and the bucket, but we never had the seat belt). He had no idea you could even spend that much on a tricycle.
I'm just happy we can get as much back out of these things as we do. We usually just pass things along to friends who are parents, but for these items, that just didn't make a lot of sense.