If by some chance you are in the 0% bracket for long-term cap gains, then selling those shares and buying them back right away would not seem too bad because it increases your future cost basis which can offset future cap gains later when (if?) you are in a higher tax bracket and sell those shares. There is no wash sale issue if you are selling shares for a gain and buying them back right away. The wash sale rule applies when you sell shares at a loss now and buy them back right away (within 30 days, I believe).
A friend of mine who has shares in a muni bond fund (I own shares in it, too) often asks me if he should sell some shares and take some gains. The first thing I ask him is where he would invest the proceeds of such as sale. Does he plan to hold it in cash and hope the price drops soon enough so he can but them back at a lower price while he earned next to nothing with the proceeds in a cash account? He has no good answer, usually, so he stays put. (One time, he had a good answer to my question when he used the proceeds to buy his current apartment so he did do quite well with the gains he took.)