two were a little reluctant to move to the other house, so I have had to offer
them an incentive to embrace it! They
have lived here all their lives so understandably change is viewed with some
suspicion! Creatures of habit are my
boys, they like things just so.
To convince them that the other house will offer them
more, I bribed them with a new bed each!
With a bigger house I said there would be more room for sleepovers and
they are excited about showing their friends all the nooks and crannies! Including the newly coined Harry Potter room
under the stairs… we will probably have to theme it now, as it’s a focal point
on the tour of the house!
I need to get some more children’s
beds to accommodate our guests. I
was thinking bunk beds as they are exciting in there own right! I remember as a child jumping off from the
top and landing onto a beanbag.
boys have been helping us get the house ready; they were working in the garden
yesterday, keeping busy with a shovel and a brush. We haven’t let them loose inside the house with tools after the
leaking water pipe incident… but they certainly deserve a treat for their
sleepover in cosy new beds will soon settle them into the other house. I really hope they like it and it does not
interfere with their routines too much.
I will have to attempt to move faster in the mornings as it’s further to
school! But I am sure they will be keen
to have early nights so they can sleep on the lofty heights of the top
bunk. Then feeling refreshed in the
mornings, we should (fingers crossed) make it to school before the doors get