Welcome to Lawrence

We are here in Lawrence Kansas.

We were greeted by our amazing family out here.

Arora is in love with her cousins.

Ender likes napping in our new Ergo baby carrier.Β  I wore him for 2 hours today and no back pain!

Our new washer and dryer will be delivered tomorrow.

This is the first time I have ever owned a new mattress, it is amazing.

We had a ton of help from our new ward come and help us unload our moving truck.

Arora’s bed broke in the move, but David fixed it.

I had a mini melt-down, David comforted me, helped me clean up and now is bringing home red velvet frozen yogurt.

Life is different and hard but we are coping and becoming a stronger family because of it.

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7 thoughts on “Welcome to Lawrence

  1. Transitions are some of the hardest, but best, times of life. Welcome back to blogland, too! So good to hear how everyone is doing. Would love to see a photo of the new baby carrier sometime.

  2. Sounds like you are enjoying the new Ergo, too. πŸ™‚ Hurray for a new mattress! Hurray for family and a new washer and dryer! I’m glad you have some comforts to ease the transition. Love you.

  3. Glad to hear you guys are getting settled in! Even though it’s hard. No fun no fun. We’ll be doing that in just a few months and I’m not so much looking forward to that part of the move.

    It’s fun to hear about Arora with her cousins. No doubt they are all having a blast together. πŸ™‚

    Oh, and this is something you should know about living close to that particular family in our family. They will probably feed you a lot. Especially on Sundays. So if you plan to fix an actual meal for yourselves on Sunday, expect to be offered food anyway. πŸ™‚

    We miss you! Hope you’re having lots of fun along with all the stress of big change.

    And yay for a washer and dryer! (swoon)

  4. you’re a brave woman Holly:) It’s always tough in the beginning but you will be okey. I remember when I moved here in America… It was the hardest part of my life not knowing anyone but i had lots of help, mostly unexpected. It was a humbling experience. We miss you guys. Maybe we could play magic online sometime:)

  5. Transitions are always tough, but it sounds like you’re hanging in there with strength and determination. Apparently, this is your year to be brave too (see my most recent post). πŸ˜‰

    P.S. Isn’t the ERGO the best? I don’t know what I’d do without mine.

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