We're moving to a new place in 2 days.. We have lived nearly 3yrs in our current apartment and it was like a first home for us. So many wonderful memories!! The sweetest of which is bringing DD from the hospital...this will always be her first home..
I feel so sad...like im letting go of something very dear . But i know we will have many wonderful memories in our new place
So do you feel sad when you have to move out of your residence ??
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10-04-2012 19:47 #1
Do you feel sad when you move out of your house/apartment/etc??
10-04-2012 19:53 #2-
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Nope, unfortunately every time we have moved we couldn't wait to get out and not look back.
Same thing will happen when we move out of this house, even more so. Can not wait to see the back end of it and the neighbours.
10-04-2012 19:53 #3
No, but I was a RAAF kid so we moved a lot. Moving houses is something that is more of an annoyance than anything else for me.
10-04-2012 19:56 #4
I cried When we left the house DD first came home too. It has very emotional. I'll probably be the same here!! Haha
It never worried me much before DD though.
10-04-2012 19:59 #5
Yep. Houses give me a sense of place, it makes me melancholy
10-04-2012 20:00 #6
I have moved house six times in the past couple of years and the only time I felt sad was when we left the apartment that we brought DS home to I still feel sad about it. I don't really mind about the others though.
10-04-2012 20:03 #7
I bawled when we left our last home. It was the home we got married in, I turned 21 in, got pregnant twice in, brought both babies home to, DS took his first steps in....
10-04-2012 20:09 #8Senior Member
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I felt a bit sad when we sold our unit, as I was pregnant there and my son was a newborn.
Although I went back last year as it was for sale again, and didn't feel any nostalgia, and remembered how small it was.
10-04-2012 20:10 #9
No. I've moved close to 30 times and I'm 30.
I am over moving though and cant wait to stop
10-04-2012 20:37 #10Senior Member
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- Mar 2008
Absolutely. When we left our place in Canberra i was so sad I couldn't go back to help DH clean it and pick up our last odds and ends.
He knew how sad I was about it - despite the move being initiated by me - and on his last trip back picked more than 200 roses from our bushes and brought them back in buckets for me.
I hate leaving places that have been home.
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