In less than a month, Hubster will graduate and shortly after that, his graduate assistantship will come to an end and we will need to move out of our campus apartment. We don’t know exactly when we’re moving yet; mostly because we don’t know where we’re headed next. Yet, I think I’ve already begun to mentally check out of this place.
When you were super little, I very much enjoyed sharing our one bedroom with you. It was such a comfort to know that you were just a foot away from me. It was so easy to come to your aid in the middle of the night when you needed one of us. In the first couple of weeks, when my new maternal instinct was in overdrive and I had to check to make sure you were breathing, I didn’t need to go far.
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you may know that our family of three lives in quite a small space. I’ve blogged about the challenges of small spaces and products that make life easier. This post on BabyCenter by blogger Sabrina Garibian was recently brought to my attention. She talks about living in a small space – but! – her family of three lives in a two-bedroom condo. Two bedrooms!