Cute kidlets and move update

August 12, 2009 Jordana

After reading a book together, Ngaire and Liam and I were having a hug on the sofa. Ngaire said, “I love Mommy and Liam.” I said, “I love Liam and Ngaire.” Liam said, “And Baby On-in and Daddy.”

Ngaire made up her first poem on July 30. Note the logical consistency, which may not be apparent at first.

“I ate all my food,
I’m halfway done.
May I have a treat now?
Yum, yum, yum.”

Today, a big truck came and three guys emerged from it and loaded on most of our stuff. We’ll be following our worldly possessions to the Frozen North on Monday … that is, the Monday that is five days from now. We have been crazy busy (especially the long-suffering Husbandlet) wrangling the details of a house and car purchase, as well as attempting to sell our two cars here and navigate the myriad of other details associated with a move. But every step gets us that much closer. And on the other end, I will have high-speed Internet! No more sloooowwww dial-up! So perhaps I will blog more often! No promises, of course! Maybe I will just check Facebook a lot more!


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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. That other Jordana&hellip  | 

    So exciting. I remember our own move to the Frozen North. I was sort of a basket case, but also excited. I only had to move one child though, you are even more amazing.

  • 2. Sarah&hellip  | 

    I can’t wait to hear about all of your adventures!

  • 3. Valerie&hellip  | 

    I miss you already. I’ve been thinking about you all week. Please make good use of your high-speed and keep in close contact…I want details! 🙂 Hugs and prayers…

  • 4. Sarah&hellip  | 

    How is your first full day as an Alaskan?

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