She was polite and to the point: We have too much stuff for our house to show well.
While she mentioned something about getting a POD (clearly it blows her mind that a family could actually USE so many beds and dressers), she had some good points.
The goal while we are trying to sell the house is to think backwards: We spent the last six years trying to turn this house into a home - our home.
Now we need to "de-personalize" it, so someone else could walk in here, not distracted by too much furniture, family photos and preschool art. Let's not even mention overflowing laundry baskets. They need to be able to say, "This house could be my home!"
So last night I started taking things off the walls. I obviously have a decorating
So, gone is the "baby wall."
Gone are my cuties in the kitchen.
And here's where panic starts to set in. Gone is the laundry tower (and I actually have two more drawers for sorting, on a different wall!).
Here's my new laundry room: the garage.
At least until it gets too full of boxes. Then this will be my laundry room, apparently.