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25 July 2012

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Katy

Awesome post, Valerie! You are such a great mom! I'm going to keep some of these tips in mind the next time we're transferred. My middle son lived in 4 places by the time he was 18 months old, and we moved so frequently that it wasn't a big deal for him or his big brother, although it was stressful for me. Now we've been here for almost 4 years and I suspect a different reaction from all three children the next time around! I'm sure your tips will come in very handy for us. I hope the rest of your move goes smoothly and that you are all three so happy in your new home!

Amber

It is so hard moving with little ones! My boys had similar sleep problems during our move. We ended just sleeping with them in our bed while we were moving & staying in hotels, etc. Not the best sleep for sure, but the less anxiety-ridden for all of us! When we got to the new place, they slept on their own in their new room (to not start bad habits!) but we told them they could come find us in our room whenever they wanted. I'm so amazed at the preparation and transitioning you've done with Eli. So many wonderful ideas to help him say goodbye & to find his place in the new home.

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