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October 25, 2010


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Again, this post has been well thought out. There are many factors that come into play during the passage of time. Today's look has today's forces in play. Then tomorrow there maybe other factors in play than require a different reaction. The sum total of all factors over time will point toward a way to go.

I can't wait either! I, too, will happily trade you babysitting services. And when we're feeling really crazy maybe we both can get sitters and tear up the town on a double date. But I'm getting ahead of myself, there. :)

I hope all your plans pan out in a way that makes you and your family the happiest! Kara and Nathan are just too cute for words. :)

It feels good to have a solid plan in place, huh? I wish we were there but unfortunately due to when we bought (prices MUY inflated) and now (um, not so much) we're stuck until things come back up. The limbo is KILLING ME in the selfish I WANNA MOVE sense,but of course we're also very thankful to live so comfortably in these times.

I can totally see how being close to family, especially at holiday times, is important. Now you either have to pick up everything and go on a pilgrimage, sacrificing your own little families chance at creating your own traditions or stay put and sacrifice the dynamic of extended family traditions. And the own bed thing is pretty priceless :)

Great post!

Wishing you a quick sale and an easy transition!

Your timing of putting the house on the market has changed for "reasons I can't share yet." Omg, are you preggers?

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