I did once. I had 12 pins in a home in a smaller community 12 years ago. All A games. I got a promotion and moved to Toronto. I purchased a house 2/3 the size of my prior home, and had to get a mortgage, whereas my prior home was paid off. I sold my pins with some regret, but looking back on it, it worked out. That allowed me to put the money into an investment that really paid off, so any money I would have made on the appreciation of the pins over that period of time, was a wash. It all worked out.
My new home can accommodate about 5 pins comfortably. I have two now, with one more coming soon. The hobby is more manageable now. I usually find that when one door closes, another door opens. It all works out somehow. Trials make you stronger, and build character if you let it. Good luck on whatever happens. The three priorities are : Roof over your head, food on the table, healthy family. It sounds like you are taking care of the roof over your head. You've got your priorities right. Good luck.