April 15, 2006
If it's at all possible, never arrange to move the week when your husband has finals for his MBA classes and when he's acting commander because the real commander is on leave. That's a scenario to avoid.
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I think I can trump you on this one. Once in a land far, far away - the past, when my husband was finishing up his MS thesis he was working for the Tex Parks and Wildlife, not named that at the time.
I was very, very preggie, scheduled for June to have a baby. Well, baby didn't arrive till July 17, tne thesis was completed and signed off on and the new job was in Virginia. Long story short, we left Texas when the baby was 17 days old, I nursed him all across the country, the three year old was car sick most of the way and I was exhausted!
But we had fun. And it is fun to look back on.
Posted by: Ruth H at April 15, 2006 03:17 PM (w20rj)
Yeah moving...my least favorite topic in the military
When it rains, it pours! (of course)
Posted by: Nicole at April 15, 2006 04:24 PM (Sa9Kb)
I remember when you were 18 mos. old, and I was six months pregnant with Michael and we were moving from Tulsa to Pittsburgh. Dad had to go ahead and move to Pittsburgh, and "you" and I were left behind to sell the house, arrange the move with the movers (they packed my car keys and also repacked a truck at midnight because they didn't listen to me when I told them all of our things would not fit on the truck they had brought). Such fun! Your dad handled the next move and has helped with all the rest since. I think he realized when he came back for the closing on the house that I was not a happy camper! Somehow you'll manage! Hang in there!
Posted by: Nancy at April 15, 2006 10:51 PM (6s7Zq)
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