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28-04-2013 08:33 #621
28-04-2013 08:59 #622
Just been given 60 days by our landlord, his daughter needs a rental and can't be bothered fighting with everyone else for one, so daddy is moving her in here. We're 6 months of buying! Big boo hoo for me. The actual moving is ok, but I cant wait for the awsomeness of finding a rental to start. I'd rather pack it all in boxes and move to Bali for 6 months.
28-04-2013 09:11 #623
Big hugs Hoolahoop -that sucks! Good luck!
The girls woke early, but I didn't let them out of bed until 5.45am. (I gave them some milk and told them it was still sleeping time, that I was going back to bed and they needed to go back to sleep). Had to get up a few times to reinforce the message! Today, we'll try and stick to regular Perth routine as much as possible. Just a quiet day at home playing with the kids in the 'hood,
28-04-2013 09:33 #624
That sux Hulahoop - how can you be booted out if you were on a lease? I thought they had to wait til the lease was at an end?
28-04-2013 09:35 #625
I would be interested in catch ups I've got ds who is nearly 8 and a princess who is nearly 12 months
I'm doing casual work so it would depend on what days I'm working if I could catch up or not but need to start getting out with people who have Bubs all my friends have older kids
28-04-2013 09:47 #626
The lease was due 1st April but he was stalling ... Sux to have to move for only 6 months. We need to be in the area for DD's school otherwise it might not be so hard.
Landlord is one of DH's clients, so he knows the deal with the daughter. It's her, her husband and two kids. Neither of them work so wont be paying much rent, and we couldn't imagine having two kids here - it would be much too small and one bedroom is practically right on the kitchen so very noisy. She has a history of chopping and changing and winging to daddy so unfortunately she will probably move out again in a short period of time. I'm just a bit "woe is me" over it, but I'm thinking out of the box - maybe an apartment in Freo for something different for a short while? Who knows ...
28-04-2013 10:01 #627
We moved for 6 months while we renovated our home in Melbourne and went to a different part of town. Nothing too drastic as we still needed to get DD1 to daycare. It was great. Got to know a completely new area. It was like holidaying in our own city.
28-04-2013 10:16 #628Senior Member
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I would love to come to a meet up but work every wed and fri so if the meet is on any other day I would def like to come. I have 2 ds 3.6 yrs and 21 mths
28-04-2013 12:28 #629
28-04-2013 13:50 #630
Sorry, wrong place. On another note, how nice is the weather today?
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