Thursday, September 13, 2012

Update...move in pictures

Hey y'all.  Well, I guess I should say how yuse guys doin?  I mean, being in Massachusetts and all.  When in Rome, right?

We are doing well.  The trip up was okay, although a bit stressful.  We left South Carolina on Sunday at 8 and rolled into Martinsburg, West Virginia around 7.  Oliver had the worst meltdown possible so we were all almost in tears by the time we got there.  Seriously, riding in that giant moving truck might have been the scariest thing I've ever done so I was ready to cry too!!!

We finally managed to get to Massachusetts on Monday at 5 and began the slooooooow process of getting the truck unpacked.  I feel like we are going to live in boxes for the rest of our lives. 




I'm still recovering so I guess I'll finish this post off with pictures.  Hope everyone is doing well!!!








4 comments:

  1. I'm so excited that you all made it. Alive. The pictures are absolutely precious. Especially the one of Oliver sleeping on daddy. He looks like such a little baby. But he's back to being a big boy in the next one.

    I also can't believe the pants and long sleeves. I bought some outfits like that for Elliott, but it will be another 6 weeks at least before he can wear them. Boo.

    Looking forward to reading more about the adventure.

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  2. Okay, seriously, the picture of Welcome to North Carolina - Mecklenburg County almost had me in tears thinking about you being so close to me and then leaving before we even got a chance to meet. I love Oliver's face in that last picture. Just shows you that no matter how stressed, tired, and fussy they get, they can always just bounce right back! It takes a little longer for us old people, huh? ;-)

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  3. yeah, the one with Oliver and Josh is cute. But the one with the sweet kitty melts my heart!

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  4. So glad you made it safe!! I've been waiting anxiously for pictures and updates :) What a great new, scary, exciting adventure!! :) Love the pics!

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