What It's Like To Sell A House--That You Still Live In--With Little Kids
6 days ago - By Scary Mommy
“Let's move.” Two simple words that for a young, childless couple ignites feelings of adventure and intrigue. But when I said them to my husband he looked around our cozy farmhouse, exasperated, and sighed. We had a toddler. We were out of space. “I guess we have to,” he grumbled.
According to the internet, in order to have your house “ buyer ready ” you have to pretend that human people live there but that those human people do not use any of the facilities. Ever. They just sit around drinking cups of Irish tea by the windowsill smiling like people in prescription antidepressant...
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