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Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Moving To Houston

My three nieces (ages 12, 11 and 9) moved  to Houston from Arizona. They are going to school here at Houston. My husband and I drove to Arizona some time in June to help them pack for the big move. Each one of my nieces have so much that they cannot seem to leave behind (yikes) Packing would have been difficult had it not been for several  moving supplies  like, moving boxes, bubble wraps, tape dispensers and such. One secret for an easy breezy packing is having the right moving supplies. Packing done, we all drove to Houston. The drive was fun -what with three kids in tow. Doods and I enjoyed the games they played during the long drive. More rest stops, especially ones with playgrounds -hahaha.

My sister, their youngest, two-month old, Monica, and her husband followed us to Houston two weeks later. It's full house at our home right now. It's such a nice change from being just the two of us to having six other people.  My sister and I have checked out the school for the girls and have secured the school supplies list already. We're waiting for the no-tax day to go on that shopping spree. For the meantime, there's still time to enjoy what's left of the two-month summer break, before school starts.

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5 comments:

ruthi said...

cool! I am so jealous. I want my brother's kids to move in with me when I was still in the Phils. because they lived in Pampanga that time and it was really a pain-in-the-you-know-what to travel there just to be with them. They did move in when I finally moved out and migrated here in the US.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

How wonderful that your sister and her family moved from Arizona. You must be happy that they are now in Texas.

George said...

It sounds as if you are going to have some exciting times before school starts.

Cheryl said...

How nice that you all have this time together! And how wonderful that your family will be close by.

Anonymous said...

I have to say that this was a really good post. I enjoyed reading it, thanks for posting it on the blog.

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