Looks as though we will be moving. DH's pay won't increase (he is on salary) but the cost of living is much cheaper so we will still be better off.
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16-11-2012 12:46 #21
16-11-2012 13:03 #22Senior Member
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Personally I would move. The 5 year old should adapt.
16-11-2012 16:37 #23
It's not so much the 5 year old I'm worried about, it's the 15 year old. I spoke to her today about it and she flat out refuses to move. She isn't ours so at the end of the day we can't make her. But we are pretty much the last chance she has of getting anywhere in life so I am really really hoping she changes her mind. Especially after all the progress she has made.
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