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Old 05-02-2013, 03:44 PM   #41
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The house we are in now is huge and we are trying to downsize...right now 800sq ft sounds pretty good to me
My husband works from home as well though so it's difficult. nak more details later.

ETA: We have 3 bedrooms but since my husband works out of one we are 6 people in 2 rooms and a kitchenette. It's not the space so much as the configuration. Trying to homeschool with the limited crafting area makes it hard for me.

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Old 05-03-2013, 08:50 PM   #42
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Here you go! I have a closed door cabinet on one side of the room that can't be seen, but that's where all of our books and manipulatives are stored.










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Here you go! I have a closed door cabinet on one side of the room that can't be seen, but that's where all of our books and manipulatives are stored.
Oh I really like your set up! I have that same little futon that I am planning to use with in a reading corner!

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Making me wish I had a larger home!
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Love everyone's ideas! Can't wait to get mine unpacked! Although, after 8 years of homeschooling, I seriously need to purge! Eeek!
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