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I tend to agree with the last comment to try and come away with at least something.
I would suggest to your ex, that you will obviously leave all possessions connected to the children, however of the remaining items you will need some of them.
For example, you take the stereo, she gets the microwave, you take the tv, she gets the washing machine that kind of thing.
I think she is being unreasonable to not expect that you would like at least something to set up a new home, (a duvet & pillows at least!)
I was unfortunate that when I returned from work one day my ex had taken the entire contents of the home bar the childrens items. The sad thing about it was, he was staying with family so put most of the items into storage rather than let me use them.
I did not get the return of anything and did not want to notch up legal fees arguing over it but I did eventually get back on track and bought new.
Good Luck with it