Friday, August 20, 2010

It's Puzzle Time!

( Did you hear Moose A. Moose's voice in your head when you read the title?  *sigh*  )

We finally have a place to call home! We just moved into our own little 2-bedroom apartment. The plan is to hang out here for about a year until we find can a city and a home that we really love and want to stay for a good long while.

So, yeah, that's 4 people in a 2-bedroom. Here's the deal with that: We thought it would help us save some money while we find our perfect place. And, truthfully, the kids want to share a room. They've been talking about it for a long time. During last school year, Peyton and Ella would look forward to every weekend because it meant we would let them sleep in the same room. They LOVED it! It was like some crazy special treat that they made up all on their own. So we might as well take advantage of that craziness before they're older and wiser.

Right now, I'm in the middle of a supreme organizational challenge. In Iowa we had a 3-bedroom house with a basement and a 2-car garage. Now we have a 2-bedroom apartment and a 1-car garage-ish space. I keep my sanity by calling it an adventure. And really, I love my little family so much, where we live doesn't really matter. My family makes this apartment a home. A tiny, happy home.

So, let the organizational puzzle work begin! It will be interesting to see how I pull it off. I'm pretty confident that I can. Although, some positive, organizing thoughts sent my way couldn't hurt!

In the meantime...

I was making a list for the grocery store yesterday. Peyton came over, took the list and pen out of my hands, wrote something on the list, and then handed it back. And because of what he wrote, I had to start a whole new list just so I could keep the original one forever and ever and ever.




And . . .  my heart just melted.


4 comments:

Ali Richardson said...

I freakin' love that kid!

Suz said...

We're going to be 4 people in a 2 bedroom when our next little one arrives in December. :) We had expected to renovate, but those plans are on hold for the moment. I'll be interested in any organizational ideas you come up with!!

4kidsgrandma said...

That sweet note of yours that I've always carried in my wallet was written when you were six, too!

lfhpueblo said...

Yeap, that's definitely a scrapbook keeper and a little heart breaker. Some girl is really going to love him if he does that after they get married.
Hope he remembers how it melted your heart and he can use it again in the far off future to melt his wife's heart.

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