My entire formal dining room is covered with items I'm not taking with me. We must have gotten rid of 95% of Chloe's toys. It was bittersweet. Sad to know she doesn't have any interest in those toys anymore, but also so happy I won't have to move them, store them, or clean them up! I'll do Nash's room this weekend. His is not quite the daunting task. Besides his bookshelf of books and baseball memorabilia, there are only his clothes, hats, wall ornaments, and some things of sentimental value. I always say the same thing after a move..."I'm never shopping again!" Let this blog post serve as a reminder.
Furthermore, I have made two separate promises to Nash and Chloe. They each had school field trips they weren't participating in. Chloe because she has already been to Old Town. Nash because his school was going to Disneyland and there are so many reasons I'm not allowing him to go. First, I don't think either of us wanted me to go with him. Second, there is no way I am trusting a few adults to keep a solid eye on the entire eighth grade class. I know they let them go off on their own and I don't approve of that for him at a place so big. Go ahead, call me overprotective. I'm used to it. But I digress. I had to take Chloe to Sea World last week. I admit it was quite nice. We stopped at Hilbertos for some breakfast burritos, hit up Sea World for a couple hours, and still got in some errands.
I took Nash, Chloe, and their cousin Katie to Soak City water park today. Another day of not packing, oh well, it was a welcome break. I also promised the kids I would get them to a swim day at my
Do you have any advice for a cross country move?