So yesterday we got a mortgage approved and this morning I emailed the realtor that we want to use. I was looking on mls.ca and noticed that we can afford a townhouse rather than a condo so I am SUPER excited. Some of the ones in our price range are 1500 square feet with three bedrooms, a den, and a basement so that excites me. I don’t think we’ll go that big because it’s more costly to renovate but it’s nice to know we can go there. I’m really hoping for three bedrooms so when we have people come to our town they can stay with us. Hear that Roselle?? You might not need to rent a hotel ever again!! I think we’ll really try for three bedrooms. The boys can still share a room and the other one can be a computer room/guest room. I can’t believe how excited I am right now!! I just want to go looking right now! I really want to be chatting on the phone about it but I think I’ve already talked the ears off my family members.
Anyway, my son was up at 5:30 this morning and he’s super grumpy right now. I took my MIL’s advice and blacked out his windows this morning so I hope that will help. Silas is on my lap and he smells really nice because he’s been on the deck in the sun this morning. Anyway, for those of you that pray could you send one up for us that all of this home buying thing goes smoothly and that the baby comes a bit early so I’m healed for moving time? Thanks so much!
Yeah! That’s great news! Can’t wait to see the pictures of the new place!
Let me know how the blackening out of the windows goes. I have been toying with the idea for a while now too!
You guys are on the move with the house thing and rightly so.that all sounds exciting . Yes going looking surely would seem like what one in your situation would do. I must ph. you, now.
So putting your baby out to play is kind of like hanging your sheets on the line…nice and fresh smelling…sorry, that just made me laugh my head off; I pictured Silas hanging from the line to dry and smell fresh…yelling “HAPPY.” I blocked Cornelius’ window too. Niall used to laugh at me with my tacks and clips rigging up my “black-out” curtain. It was like world war 3 or something; I was quite neurotic, but that little guy slept like Andy after an Iggy Pop concert. xxoo