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    We did.

    Moved again 6 months later when the kids were 7 months old & OMG that was hell!!

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    Thanks for all the replies jut waiting to get our house valued and then we will go to mortgage broker and make an offer its big enough for us to be able to put a pool in later on as well which I like and I can lock the dogs away during the day

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    I moved at 38 weeks. It was tough because i had pre clampsia and my feet and ankles were so swollen. But it was doable. My Df did a lot of the tough stuff.

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    I got notice to leave my rental and I'm in the process if moving now at 32weeks. I can't imagine moving with a newborn even if packing right now is a little more tiring then it usually is but it's doable.

    Good luck with the house =)

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    We moved when I was 32 weeks pg with the twins, plus I had an almost 2yo. It was ok, I packed the house slowly over a few weeks, then on the day of the move I let DH and the removalists do all the heavy stuff. I looked after the toddler and directed the removalists at the other end.

    Like others have said, it is better to move pg than with a newborn

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    Looks like we may have some competition for the house we like... Agent has just phoned and said he has another couple interested so will see what happens he is coming round tomorrow to give us an apraisel so will see how much we will get for ours..

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    We've moved with a four month old, and again with a 20 month old & at 30 weeks pregnant... I much preferred the four month old option - at least then she couldn't roll, or try to 'help'


 

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