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To hear the news of my mothers new pregnancy was quite an excitement yet I knew I would have to discuss with my mother why I believed it would be of essence to move to a much bigger house so that not only the new triplets would have a room of their own but my brother Alex and I to have a happier way of living I informed my mother the three important differences between our real house and my dream home for us size amenities and location One important difference between my real home and our dream home would be size Our current home I told my mom is only 1007 square feet Thats not going to be sufficient space for our increasing family We would be at constant debates and arguments like two lions fighting over who will eat the buffalo with eight people living in an overcrowded house that has only two bedrooms and 1 bathroom Whereas if we moved a house that was 6589 square feet 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms We would be much more contented with all the additional but much needed space No more fussing about who gets the use the bathroom next mom I told her as I saw her think over the peace that would come from the extra space Even though size is an important difference it is not the most importantA more important difference between the real house and the dream house would be amenities Wouldnt it be great mama if we could all be more exhilarated when we talk about the next movie night Seeing as to how we are a family that loves to watch movies and have family time after dinner having a Sony WEGA 32 inch television is not cutting it for us There are times when the quality of the TV is so terrible we cannot even recognize the different colors being displayed on the screen Tell me
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