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#1 of 2 Old 04-08-2009, 04:55 PM - Thread Starter
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What item in your house keeps getting moved around from room to room, but never finds a home?

I have a huge toy tree house that I keep trying to cram in somewhere, but it just ends up cluttering up whatever room it's in.

I also used to have a little stained glass bear lamp that just would not fit in anywhere. I finally gave it to Goodwill.

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We have a wood toy box that isn't even put together and it has moved from room to room several times. We semi-assembled it a couple times to see if it would fit where I visualized it when I purchased it. It is currently unassembled in DD's closet. It may actually work there (assembled)! We'll find out next month when I work on her bedroom top to bottom.

Anything else is long gone. I have given away most belongings that did not have a permanent home over the past few years. Each time I go through the whole house, I typically do it room by room or like items at a time. By the time I get to the last room, whatever is still moving from room to room is donated!

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