We like to keep things interesting around here.
Wanna buy our house?
Yes, we've only been here for a year, but we're ready to move on.
Who knows if it'll sell, we thought we'd give it a shot.
When we sold our first house I was hopped up on anti-depressants, Vance was 5 months old and we were moving 5 hours away from home. Not ideal.
When we moved back from Wisconsin you all very well know we moved in with my parents until our house sold. It was 3 weeks before my due date with Vaughn. A make-shift nursery was made, as was a Big Boy room for Vance, and don't forget Daisy. She was there for the fun too. We are forever grateful that my parents allowed our circus to move in to their quiet lives, but it was a little intense. We changed every aspect of a 3 year olds life and he went through some behavioral issues. Throwing a newborn on top was just the cherry. Again, not an ideal move.
Our Wisconsin house sold, quicker than what we expected, forcing us to start looking when Vaughn was just 2 weeks old. We were dealing with a sucky relocation real estate agent, but turned our head and moved on with her because of the time crunch to find a new house. (That's right, I said sucky.) Both Justin and I have agreed that we chose this house out of desperation. We weren't thinking clearly. My hormones were a mess again, our 3 year old was not himself (tantrums like I've never seen. My mom witnessed one and it was like he was possessed. The noises coming out of him were scary.) and we wanted our normal life back. We needed a house. So, we picked one. And again, not an ideal move.
This house is a very nice house, it's just not the house for us. We're not happy and haven't been for a while. We figured life is too short, so we're giving it a shot.
So, if this house sells, it will be our first move where a baby is not involved! No pressure and deadline to find a house! No crazy hormones to deal with! Who knows what type of house we'll pick this time! It's exciting and at the same time overwhelming. We just got things around here how we like them and the idea of doing them again to another house is just tiring. Oh well, we'll deal with that when we get there!