The big move is only four sleeps away. The girl says she’s excited about it, and I believe her… but I know she’s feeling some anxiety too – even if it’s below the surface. The way she’s cuddling in extra tight at night, and has been keeping me awake (even though she’s fast asleep herself) the last few nights tells a very clear story.
We are all excited… but it’s tough to leave your home behind. For the girl, this is the only home she’s ever known. For us “grown ups”, it’s the longest either one of us has ever lived in one place. Nine and a half years isn’t so easy a thing to shrug off.
All the anxiety and stress though? I have a feeling it will melt away once we walk in the front door of our new house. After all, we wouldn’t have chosen it if it hadn’t felt like home the minute we had walked in the first time we viewed it. And it did. It really did. So I know we’re leaving behind a home we love, but we’re gaining a home that I think we’ll come to love even more. 🙂
Posted on November 6, 2012, in Family, Our World, Parenting, Wee Girlie and tagged a new home, anxiety, home, house, kid kid, moving, moving house, new home, new house, our new house, stress. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.