Mid-Century Modern(ization)

Redefining modern for a family-friendly home

It’s Moving Week!

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I remember when we moved into our first house we did it all in a single day.  We were fortunate to have tons of help:  Kirk’s family came to move boxes and furniture and my family came to help unpack and get us settled.  It’s no exaggeration when I say that by the end of the day our beds were made, the art was hung on the walls, and there was not a single box left to be unpacked.

That, of course, was before we had a child.

Children and packing are about as incompatible as you might imagine.  The moment I place an item in a box, Logan pulls it back out.  If I place the box out of reach, he stomps his little feet and pleads pitifully to be involved. Life revolves around this child and he will have it no other way.

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We’ve adapted to this new reality by packing one or two boxes at a time–mostly while the tiny person sleeps–over the past month or so.  The benefit to this drawn-out process is that we’ve finally been able to get organized.  Our first home has only three closets which meant that a single drawer in the sideboard in our dining room housed bed linens, Christmas decorations, and the kitchen spatulas.  I wish I was kidding.

So, it’s been nice to take the time to get everything in its rightful place which will hopefully make unpacking a bit easier.  The only downside to all this productivity is that my chocolate stash already disappeared into one of the 9 boxes labeled “Pantry Items”.

Eeny, meeny, miny, moe…

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Author: Olivia @ Mid-Century Modern(ization)

I am a wife, mother, and writer. I am also a crafting, furniture-refinishing, home-designing nut.

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