Moving while momming is no small task–and we’ve been there, trust us. Meagan has mastered the art of the DIY cross-town move to a new home with a whole bunch of kids; Sarah’s moves have been fewer and farther between, but also farther in distance and bigger in scope. Join us as we continue last week’s discussion about big moves and get into the details of actually packing up and relocating your family. Enjoy!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in Episode 267:
- This episode is a continuation of our episode on moving last week, Big Moves, Part One (Dreaming, Planning, Deciding)
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- Sarah ordered colored packing tape like this (affiliate link) to execute her color-coded boxes system