Today Is The Day

The last month has dragged by.  It has been one month today since we closed on the new house, and it seems like forever ago.  I have written several posts (here, here, here, here, and here) about how Kaitlyn has handled the last few weeks, and it will be interesting to see how she does today.

She has had a lot of stress building up as a result of the move.  She tries to make us believe that she is fine, but we can see that she is nervous, worried, and stressed.  I know she is looking forward to everything that comes with the new house, especially the pool, but I also know she is worried about living somewhere new.

We have tried to make the transition as easy as possible for her.  But, since she is so dependant on her structure and routine, we know that this will not be easy for her.  She is already gearing up for our big house warming party, and the start of her swim lessons (thank you, Caroline!  We have all missed you this summer!).

School starts back soon, so hopefully that will help to ease the transition.  And if you are in town, feel free to contact me so that I can let you know how you can help!



One response

  1. […] maybe Amber and I were the ones that were stressed out about how Kaitlyn was going to handle the move more than she was.  And to some extent, I am really not that surprised at […]

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