It’s nearly moving day with only 2 days remaining!
We’ve been running around aimlessly while stopping in between to sort out the children.
I have had a little helper today. As I was cleaning out the cupboards Aurora thought she’d join in with a cloth in hand to wipe things down with me – she was extra cuddly with me and I got some kisses too! It made cleaning that little bit easier to tolerate.
We have finally got most of the things packed away and Liam’s Dad had kindly come to collect a few boxes in his car to make it easier for the move on Thursday. It’s definitely a big help, and we’re hoping it will make our move a bit quicker with only just the big things to load into the van. The only things we have left to pack is the last minute items we need for the next two days.
I wasn’t sure whether we would get it all done on time but we spent the whole weekend cramming things into boxes and getting rid of the things that were broken and didn’t need any more. It actually felt good decluttering the place.
Even though it’s been a busy week it feels like things are coming together. I’m excited to be going back to Wales!
We’re just hoping the weather holds out for us on the day. Thursday is going to be a hectic day especially as I got a phone call from the estate agents for this place yesterday – They had asked when they could come to collect the keys and gave me specific times, but realistically speaking I don’t have a clue when we are going to be finished loading the van – How can you put a time of when you’ll be finished loading by? Could take 2 hours, could take 4.. Who knows?
I explained this on the phone and they told us to drop the keys off instead which is perfectly fine if it wasn’t in the total different direction than we needed to go to head back to Wales.
Who says moving is always plain sailing? Hey, even if its planned down to the T, there’s always something that creeps up on you!
So regarding this place we are just blitzing the house and then we should be done to say our final goodbyes (Yay good riddance!).
When we arrive back in Wales with the van, we then have to ring the new estate agent to collect our keys and hand in the new, signed tenancy agreement.
We haven’t seen the flat just yet other than pictures sent over to us from Liam’s Dad. It will be a nice surprise to see what they have done to the place after doing it all up whilst we were waiting to move in.
It feels good to be able to plan what we’re going to do when we’re back. I’ve already spoken to one of my friends about joining a fitness class called ‘boogie bounce‘.
It’s just the endless opportunities we are able to do as a family that makes me happy to return, and you can follow along with all our new adventures too!
We will be sharing our journey back to our hometown, so keep an eye out for updates on the homepage!
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If you haven’t already, check out the beginning of our move-back-home journey here!