So for the first week or so of school, we were living like this:
Have I mentioned before how much I detest moving? ;) I have to admit though, when you have a moving company and a "nana" to help, it sure makes things A LOT more bearable.
So, we said goodbye to so many memories in this:
And soon we were surrounded by boxes, living like this:
The only comfortable spot in our new home. Loved that I walked in to witness this.
And even though our brand new home is absolutely gorgeous and a tall families' dream (ceilings so high I can't even jump up and touch them- with doors to match), I'm still struggling with one aspect of the closets. Apparently no one wears dresses as long as I do in Chile. It's ok.
I can sacrifice here and there ;)
Lessons in how grass is put in:
The many options for multiple sized rocks and even figuring out that an empty pool makes a really great race track for cars.
It was a MUDDY MESS for long while. In fact, as I'm typing this, 2 months later, we still have people coming to finish things, when we were told the home would be ready 2 months before we even needed to move in. But that is alright. It's the Chilean way. And when you have a view from your rooftop like this:
You realize it all wasn't that bad after all.