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October 7th, 2008

The movers come tomorrow morning.   So much still to do!  


Kenny is antsy.   I think he’ll be relieved when we actually have a normal day sometime in the (hopefully very near) future.   I got his room packed today – my dad came over for a few hours to play with Cooper and Kenny went with Casey to run errands, so I finally got in there and got organized.   The sweet little guy didn’t even try to unpack anything when he got home.   He kind-of understands that he’ll see all his toys again in a few days.   And we did keep a little bag of books and favorite toys out to have over the next few days before we fly out, and then until we can unpack his boxes.


Cooper is handling everything pretty well.   Aside from two days of non-stop nursing (my stress? his growth spurt?) he is hanging in there, considering that Mommy has had no sleep and is consuming slightly more caffeine that the recommended daily allowance for a nursing mother.


Dudley is a little nervous, but I think he knows that whatever is going on, we’re in it together, as he supervised the packing of his extra dog bowls and fetch paraphenalia.


Casey is a bundle of excited energy, a little frazzled with the latest market news in the midst of trying to buy and sell housing, but he’s like a machine tonight, getting the last bits organized and ready for the movers.


Me?   Hm.   Excited, nervous, tired, ok actually totally wiped out,  sleepless and jittery, but pretty darn jazzed, too.  


  1. your biggest fan says

    OK! it appears you all or y’all or y’ll are ready to go. by the looks of those boy’s (big guy included) you are ready to deploy to the Atlanta area. What a fun time this must be, and I can only think it will be like “Christmas” when you get to open all those presents as you arrive at your new home. Thanks for sharing this exciting time. In fact these are “the good old day’s!” of tomorrow!

    October 7th, 2008 | #

  2. Kimmie says

    Ahem! What about your greatest sister ever that came over and helped too? Praying for a safe move for all of you… we will miss you so much.

    October 8th, 2008 | #

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    October 9th, 2008 | #

  4. Leigh says

    Bless your heart – I hate moving! Best wishes for a smooth as possible situation! The only nice thing about moving is purging junk and getting organized (oh, and moving in/decorating a new house).

    October 12th, 2008 | #

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