One day while taking a drive David suggested we move. I had been thinking about it but, didn't say anything. So, we placed our house for sale. The first day we had it for sale we had five showings. We were surprised. For the next few days we had showings after showings. In less then a week we had gone under contract. We hadn't really had time to even look for a house ourselves. We started our searches from Syracuse all the way to Herirman. We found a house that we loved but, it was in Syracuse and the commute to work for David would have been long. I was thinking that we were going to end up homeless. One day Dave and I saw this house come up for sale. It had no pictures up but it looked good according to the description and google maps. Once more pictures came up we fell in love with the house. We started talking about what we would do if we bought the house without even looking at it. They were going to have an open house that Saturday so I was worried that it would sell quick. We went and looked at it on Friday and put in an offer. I was afraid that someone else was going to put in another offer and we would end up in a bidding war and lose. Saturday night we received an counter offer. Our realtor said we would have to hurry with our decision because the other realtor said she was expecting another offer. I guess you could say we knew we wanted the house so we accepted the offer. It was scary and exciting at the same time. With the way we had written the offer we would be homeless for only 2 weeks.
Moving out of the old house was harder then anticipated. Just when you thought we couldn't have more stuff we did. My dad helped us a lot get all our things into the pods and moved to Davids sister's restaurant. At the walk through they saw that we had taken the fridge. We were under the assumption that we were taking the fridge and had packed it into one of the pods. Luckily the buyers were nice and we were able to work out a deal with them to get the fridge to them later.
We closed on the house on a Thursday and were out that next day. Davids parents were kind enough to take us into their home. I was extremely worried about staying there because of my allergies and their cat and dog. It ended up not being to bad since they don't have carpet and I stayed pretty drugged up on antihistamines. Sleeping arrangements were tight. The first night Davids parents couldn't let Eva cry and so she knew if she cried she would get her way. Davids parents think I'm a mean mom for letting her cry but, she cries once in a while and everyone gets better sleep when she is in her own bed. Living there made me appreciate having more than one bathroom. One morning I could hear someone walking up and down the hall. It was Aleecia. She had to go to the bathroom so bad but, David was in the bathroom taking a shower. I almost thought we would have to take her outside to pee.
We closed on our new house on Thursday and moved in on Saturday. Davids parents were sad to see us leave. David and I did most of the moving in the cold and in the snow. Adriana and Michael came and helped a little and Juan and Susan helped move all the boxes from the restaurant to the house. Everything is in its place and we are finally comfortable here. Aleecia started school here and has already made friends (I'm not surprised she is a sweet girl). After all this we have decided that we are never moving again!
The old place
The new place