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Old 09-29-05, 03:46 PM
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1 garage
2 DH's "music studio"
3 Kitchen
4 Bedroom
5 Bathroom
6 kids room
7 Scrapbooking room
8 Den
9 Living room
10 laundry room

I would have to say that is about how my list goes. The only reason that Alea's room, the den, and the living room are at the bottom of the list is because I clean them every day, at least twice a day (as far as toys and straightening up). Nobody is ever in the laundry room except me and that is only when I am doing laundry. The garage............now that is a different story. I clean them up and DH then messes them up. Our detached garage has a bunch of garage sale items so, I don't think that it will ever be cleaned up and then other three is where the vehicles are and DH's tools, that explains why they are always a mess. He is always outside tinkering on something.
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Old 09-30-05, 07:04 AM
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The girl's room
Thomas' room
Kitchen
Bathroom
Dining
Livingroom
My room

We have a very small house so the kids have all of their toys in their rooms which makes them the messiest.
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