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  1. You can bring the girls over here for a playdate some morning! That could give you a few hours of uninterruppted packing time.
    Fridays are open for me!

  2. This stuff is all so stressful, and necessary. I hate doing it – but my only advice is just start ticking one thing off the list at a time, one step at a time. make sure you are never the one who needs to return a call, and just keep moving forward. Pretty soon all your t’s will be crossed, and you can move on to the next thing. As you own the house and grow, new things will pop up but once you settle in, you should have a respite from that stuff and it is a big relief!

    You can do it- it’s going to fly by!!

    I think the idea of the taking the girls to a friend’s for a few hours would really help you out too :-)

  3. Thanks Rachel. A list will make things seem more controllable, well, I know I’m not in control but at least I’ll know what needs to happen next.

  4. Moving with little ones can be rough. Remember if they watch a few more DVDs than normal this one week their intellects will survive. Maybe your DVD player is already packed up so… give the girls two boxes each, washable markers and their own roll of masking tape. Tell them to play pretend pack up in their room or kitchen. Gracie can play in and out of her own boxes (cut a window in the side or a flip for a door) as she is probably too little for pretend play. Have them decorate their boxes (use them to pack their precious things like blankies, dolls or special items) that way they can keep a visual on them in all the chaos of the box walls that are probably stacking up around the house. That may help distract them for a 1/2 hour or so maybe enough to think for 15 minutes in between them asking for help with their own tape! When in doubt seek solitude in the morning. I know 5 a.m. sounds early but you could do paperwork without little hands on your pen trying to draw all over your insurance forms! Peace be with you and congrats on the big purchase.

  5. Glad you got some good tips. I know just packing is hard enough. I can’t imagine with 2 kids at home. If I can help let me know.

  6. Oh, congratulations on the house. How exciting and exhausting and so many more emotions! Um, I’ve kind of had more practice moving with children than I want. Each time it gets easier and I sure wish that I could come help you.

    I think that the ticking off one thing at a time is great advice. Pack one box during nap one after all are tucked into bed. You’re not moving far so put linens and things in big black garbage bags. I know we are all trying to be green here in America, but for this period I think you should allow yourself to use paper plates or anything else that will help cut back on your other chores.

    Whenever I packed and the kids were underfoot, I gave them a box, I would put a few things in my box and hand them a few things, like stuffed animals to put in their box. I think everyday they packed their non-breakables, that night I would dump it out and the next day they would pack it again. I also would give them masking tape and let them “tape” the already packed boxes to their hearts content.

    One other piece of advice, ASK FOR HELP, people want to, but not everyone is very good at knowing how. I still remember how you and your dad came and cleaned our house when we moved from MPLS. Me great with child and the twins crawling all over the place. What a blessing you were and are.

    I miss you. Once again, I wish that I could help.

  7. Hey Kristin,

    I’m free this thurs afternoon and all day friday if you need some help. Let me know if you need any boxes or anything – I can definitely help gather supplies for you if need be. Give me a call. :)

  8. You all are so, so sweet to me!! Praise God that there is help!!

    @Jenn, I’ll take you Thurs!! We’d love some boxes!! I saved some but I know we’ll need others. I think (since I have help that is offered) I”ll pack some of the decorative stuff, frames mostly from the walls, that always seems to inspire me :) . Then maybe some kitchen stuff that we rarely use. Thank you!! Talk to you soon.

  9. You got some great advice!! : ) We’ve moved 2 times with kids, and it feels like 10! : ) It’s definitely hard!! I didn’t have grandparents around during our moves, but I’d definitely take advantage of that!!! We had friends, though. I think both times I moved, I had a friend take the kids one day, and I packed like a CRAZY person from like 9-6!! The last move we did, when I had the kids go somewhere, I had somebody come over and help me! That’s not the way I feel comfortable packing, but at that point, it didn’t matter! I needed the help! And it was fine!!! : ) I always used nap times to pack, pack, pack!! And after the kids went to bed, I packed, packed, packed!!! It was an exhausting week or so, but it got done w/o too much stress!! I also took advantage of room time. Not sure if your kiddos do room time, but I would pack the bathroom while they played in room time. Then I’d pack as much as I could in their room while they played in room time – leaving essential toys/clothes out.

    I wish I could take the kids for you or come and help pack!!! Praying for you and love you! : )

  10. Wow! I am just catching up on your blog…CONGRATS on the house…can’t wait to hear and see more.

    Sounds like you got a lot of good advice and tangible help too.

    I’m not sure what your timeframe is, but please let me know if the girls could come play one morning. Thursdays are generally free for us.

  11. Just read this, so sorry for the late-ness:) When we moved Emma was three and Jacob was not quite two. I thought I was going to lose my mind! I did what was already mentioned. I gave the kids, even little Jacob, markers and told them to decorate the boxes for me. They loved that. And I actually did let them pack their toys. This seemed to help Emma emotionally. She had seen the empty house that we were moving into and didn’t quite understand that ALL of our stuff was going to be there. Also, the first day we were moving she seemed really down. My dad said, “Let’s forget all this stuff and ONLY move the kids things first.” That may not be convenient for you, but it proved to lift the kids spirits greatly. Then, while we were moving/unpacking, they were busy unpacking their toys. (which you would have thought it was Christmas by the way Emma was acting:))
    Anyway, have fun and enjoy this time. The Lord is faithful and He will be your strength. Just remember that when you feel weak:) I had to a lot!
    And thank you for your comment on my blog! Yes, we find out the sex on the 15th and none of us can wait!! The world will know right along with us!
    (Sorry for the novel!)

    Love,
    Keri

  12. Kristin,
    Somehow I don’t have your email address. I was discussing adoption with a close friend. She would love to chat with you and she and her fam have now decided to go to IBC. I know you are involved with their adoption program. Anyway, shoot me an email so that I can “talk” more!
    keri1campbell@yahoo.com

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