Please standby…

UntitledWe took a little time to destress yesterday by colouring in my book. I had some Disney Junior colouring prints – somewhere – but can’t find them. That seems to be a major issue with a lot of stuff. I have a “notice to quit” form for our flat to return to the council that we’ve always had… Somewhere. Dylan has a drum and one of the drumsticks is somewhere. The latest “somewhere” item is Dylan’s dinosaur jigsaw from Uncle Stewart and Aunty Claire (which is awesome because the pieces can be played with), but I cannot find all the pieces, though I had them all on Monday. We live in just 4 rooms, and there’s just **too much stuff**. It should be impossible to lose certain things but we still seem to manage to do that anyway. I have been planning a “home tour” to upload to YouTube. Once I record it, of course. And then doing one when we move. I’m hoping it is not going to be one of those things I intend to do but don’t get around to.

One of the good things about moving I suppose is that we will be forced to face all of our belongings and to save ourselves hauling lots of stuff to the new house. I actually read an article that someone wrote how they moved and never unboxed a fair few boxes even after being in their new home for months. They figured they could just get rid of it. I know that will be the case for a LOT of stuff in our attic, minus the Christmas, baby things and our weekend bag. I need to remind myself that when I see the books etc that they have been out of mind and I haven’t missed them one bit, so they can safely go.

While I don’t think we would be full on minimalists, I have been drawing inspiration from it (one reason I suppose why I was drawn to the konmari method. Which I have stalled on. Someone kick me up my arse please & shake some sense of why I am doing it in the first place) the less stuff we own would make for an easier & less stressful life, that I do believe. It has given me lots of ideas, hopefully for future posts.

My first go with the cloth pads FYI, was AMAZING but that is for another post very soon, as I also have my first cup on the way – a meluna. I also don’t do change very well so I’m already dealing with the feeling of finding it hard to breathe but at the same time trying to realise how much we all need this. Sure it’s not going to erase the issues of my husband’s long commute and therefore meaning he isn’t home so much plus me working weekends so time spent together is limited. But we are hoping the night time situation will improve with Dylan having his own room (I seriously hope!)
We have so much to do. Sigh.

So as I press post on these ramblings, it might be worth noting as to why the “standby” title. I have been waiting for a call from the solicitor this afternoon as there was a small bit of hope that we would be exchanging contracts today but that seems unlikely. Fingers crossed for Monday though!

By | 2017-05-23T20:25:04+00:00 September 4th, 2015|Family, General|0 Comments

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Kirsty is a 32 year old Wife & Mummy from Gloucestershire in England who enjoys Scrapbooking and Crafting in what little spare time she has. Huge Hanson fan since 1997!

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