Cha-cha-changes…

21 Jun

I started to write this a week ago. I can’t wait until things settle down a bit!

Our house has been sold and we’ve moved into temporary housing until we can close on our new house. The condo is not awesome but it’s just for for another couple of weeks week. The kids are doing surprisingly well given how tense the grownups have been. I don’t remember the house buying process being so complicated last time. I’ve spent hours on the phone requesting letters from seemingly every single credit card company/bank in the world telling our lender that I don’t owe them any money. It’s crazy!

Speaking of crazy, work is finally settling down. Last week was a board meeting, an executive seminar and a golf tournament. My in box is out of control right now – I’m looking forward to getting that all straightened out.

Right now, the light at the end of the tunnel is a trip to Disney in October. We have to go to Miami for a wedding in the middle of the month so we figured that we might as well add a few extra days onto the trip since F will be free and we’re already buying plane tickets. If you want to read some crazy check out the Dis Boards (.com). Who knew vacation planning was so overwhelming?! I’m so excited for A – she’s going to flip. She’s very into the whole princess thing right now – we watched Sleeping Beauty the other night and she’s hooked.

In other news we had our first trip to the ER. A stuffed a bead up her nose and we couldn’t get it out. We hit the pediatrician first hoping they might be able to help but we were shuffled over to the children’s hospital in pretty short order. The waiting wasn’t so bad but I hate how stressed she was about the whole thing. They had to give her a sedative to calm her down. I’ve never heard her scream like that before. It didn’t take long once they got us into a room and everyone was fantastic to deal with. I’m thankful that we were there for something as benign as a bead up the nose as opposed to something far more serious.

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