We Sold Our House

*The face you make when you realize your parents sold your room!*

Does this surprise any of you?! It surprised me! Back when we found out I was pregnant, we looked at lots of different homes. But we needed to stay to one zip code to make Paul’s commute as easy as possible [we live in Fort Worth, he drives to Dallas]. The zip code we needed is all older homes like what we live in now, so house hunting was more nerve-wracking than fun. We’d walk in a house and see 18 projects, my morning sickness would kick in and I’d think, “Nope! No time for that!”

Once I hit my second trimester, we decided to stay in this little home until we had baby #2. I was filled with relief and very content. We decluttered, rearranged some things and knew it would work. Maxi came home from the hospital and I even bought a new couch because I knew we were staying put.

Then God laughed.

I won’t bore you with details, but once Maxi was a month old we had found our future home. It’s kind of crazy how it all happened, but it’s such a reminder of God’s plan and power in all situations.

God also is laughing teaching me a lesson.

I really didn’t know how our home would sell, and it sold in two weeks. We move out next week, which is about 2 months before our next home is available for us to move in. We looked at a few rental options and our realtor is actually my mom’s best friend and has a guest house larger than our current home! lol. She is truly realtor of the year because whenever someone’s home sells before they move she let’s them live in the guest house for free. How sweet is that?! She offered that, so we thought that would be perfect. Then my mom had wrist surgery for her RA a month ago and her doctor told her she needed the other one done in August. We decided the BEST decision is to live with my parents so that I can help take care of my mom while my sister is in college and dad is at work. I also knew this was the best decision for our family because this will be the least amount of change for Maxi. My mom has an entire nursery for Maxi at their house and a playroom. I know Maxi is young and of course won’t remember this 2-month time period in her life, but as her mom I feel guilty moving her out of her comfort zone and routine so much in one season. I wanted her change to be as least dramatic as possible, so to Gigi and Papa’s house it is! We feel incredibly blessed that no matter what our options were, we have parents and people like second parents allowing us to live in spaces until our next move date. Otherwise, we’d be spending a fortune renting for 2 months. Side note, if you ever find yourself needing rent for a month or so we found that Air BNB is the most affordable option! The renters honestly are so accommodating if you need to be there a longer period of time and it was more affordable than an apartment.

Y’all know I’m very organized and very Type A so I know God is teaching me to be go with the flow in this process because I’ll kind of be living out of boxes/moving twice all in a span of 2 months. My friends that have had move dates not synch always say you just feel a little out of sorts for a bit. If you’ve been in this situation and have any tips let me know! I’m really trying to just downsize what we need and keep some sort of organizational method to the madness.

Lastly, I can’t wait to share how we decorate! I’m going from an old home to a new home, so I’m VERY intimidated at all the space to decorate. It will be a process that I know takes years. We are basically starting from scratch because the buyers bought most of our furniture.  I also know this is a forever home, so while I’ll always take chances with fun decor I want to be methodical [and financially wise] with furniture choices. I need a couch that will withstand lots of future babies and their messes, ya know?! 😉 I also don’t want to cringe at something in 5 years and think, “Seriously, Katey? Did you have to be THAT trendy?” But I’ll definitely share each and every decision with you all, I hope you enjoy going through the process with me.

So maybe you knew this would happen after Maxi came or maybe you’re just shocked like me! I’m already in tears thinking about leaving our home. I love it so much we actually got bids seeing how much it would cost to add on because our backyard is so large. I’m also kicking and screaming leaving our neighbors, we love them. However, the SWEETEST couple is moving into our home and they are actually good friends with one of my good friends. I’m always talking to the girl through my friend saying, “Does she want this rug in my room? It won’t fit in the next house. She can have it.” lol! It makes me thrilled to see another sweet, Christian couple [getting married the same month we did!] start their future in this home like we did.

I hope you have a great weekend!

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60 Comments

  1. Skye wrote:

    Congrats and how exciting!! I’m actually in the midst of packing up my life in LA and moving back to Texas into my childhood home I grew up in. I am so nervous but so excited to start this new chapter of my life. I look forward to following you decorate the new place and taking inspiration whenever I can!! Cheers to the next best thing for both of us!!!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  2. Ashlyn wrote:

    Oh this makes me so sad and so happy at the same time!! We have a 3 month old and are also getting ready to move..two hours away from our families ???? Best of luck moving and congrats!!

    Also- what is maxi sitting in?!?! My child needs one! ????

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  3. Maeson wrote:

    This is so amazing!!!! So excited for you all! ???? Prayers and blessings covering you guys. God is SO good and SO faithful. And our “plan” may not be “His plan”! Xoxo

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  4. What exciting news!!! And I can’t wait to see how you decorate the new home

    http://www.cashmereandjeans.com

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  5. Jess wrote:

    This post is so sweet!! I loved all the details.. getting to know another side of you. Sweet Maxi is going to love her longgg sleepovers at grandmas (even if she doesn’t remember ????). But happy moving! Stressful, but worth it!!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  6. Congratulations!! I am so excited for you guys! I can not wait to see how you decorate your new home! Looking forward to all those posts 🙂 Maybe I can finally convince my husband to redo our home !

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  7. Katie wrote:

    So exciting! I just moved out of my apartment in June for a move to Dallas in August so am spending the month in limbo at my parents. It’s definitely rough living out of boxes with stuff packed everywhere, but that time spent with family is precious so I know you’ll survive and enjoy it:)

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  8. Megan wrote:

    Congratulations Katey!! So exciting!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  9. AE wrote:

    How exciting! Cannot wait to see how you decorate your home! ????

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  10. Congratulations on your new home! My husband and I spent almost 2 years as missionaries in the Caribbean and we have ended up moving 7 times in the past 3 years. It really is unsettling. From my experience, the next few months for you things will be a little less organized and probably more frustrating but my advice would be to enjoy the season of transition. Usually we look past transitions and just push to make it through because we want to make it to the next thing but – I promise – there will be sweet blessings in these next few months living with your parents and preparing your new home. There will be things you can only enjoy in these next few months (maybe like waking up to have coffee with your Mom or watching Maxi and your Mom form a closer bond) – look for those things! If you take the time to look for the unexpected, little blessings, it’ll help ease the discomfort of being “homeless” for a few months. 😉

    Also, I cannot wait to see how you decorate! Home decor is a fun but slow process and you did such an incredible job in your current house. One thing I’ve learned; it doesn’t have to be perfect to beautiful!

    Thanks for the update. Praying for you guys in this new season!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  11. Taylor wrote:

    Ahh I definitely wasn’t expecting that! I’m so happy for you and your family and am looking forward to a lot of home posts.
    PS: I would love to hear how this all worked out for you (maybe via a Snapchat story sometime)! I love when you think you have everything planned out & God is like “nope sorry.” Haha

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  12. Caitlin E wrote:

    Congrats Katey! How exciting! God always laughs when we have “plans” but he always has his very own! I personally can’t wait to see how you decorate your new home, I love how you mix different styles! Good luck with the move, I know it will be a great change for your family!

    Xx,
    Caitlin❤️

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  13. Bekah wrote:

    I love your faith and fashion. Wish I lived in TX so we could be BFF’s! So happy for your family, and love that our faithful God always has the best plans! Jer.29:11

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
    • Lindsay Green wrote:

      We just got relocated to California from Houston and I had to live with my parents for 3mo! The Relocation Company took ALL our belongings 3/31, closed on our house 5/26, and moved in 6/29. I dreaded it during the months leading up to the change (loved my townhouse so much) and thought how could I ever live out of a suitcase for 3mo!? Not to mention I’m like you and love being organized so it stressed me out like crazy. Luckily I just had to pack spring\summer type clothing (thanks Houston weather). Now that I’m setteling into my new home in California I look back and think how silly it was to stress but also how fast time flew by. It really made us aware of what you really need vs don’t (but I’m not giving up my shoe collection just yet). Most of all I loved being able to cherish moments with my parents one last time like I did when I was a kid and I think you will too.

      Packing tips….
      I had a couple of dryer sheets left in a box and put them in the boxes with my comforter/sheets to get rid of them. I wish I would have done it for every item that had cloth material that I wouldn’t want to smell. I opened all my boxes after being in a climate controlled facility even and they smell gross but not the sheets that had a dryer sheet in them. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

      Don’t pack any important documents you may need over the next two months. My license was set to expire during our time and I couldn’t renew since all my original birth docs/SS Card were in a box. Fail. Plus you never know what may happen.

      Lastly, we had to buy all new washer, dryer, fridge which we got at Best Buy. They will price match anyone even if the price drops somewhere up to 30days after you buy. They also take competitors coupons which saved us an extra 1,000$!

      Best wishes during your move!

      Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  14. Dani wrote:

    You’ve got this. ???????? My husband and I had a baby about a month after Maxi was born and we just sold our house in Atlanta and moved to Nashville. I was also really worried about uprooting him and his schedule but it all worked out and he slept like a champ the first night in his new room.

    I am crazy and had boxes labeled so that the movers would know what corner of each room they needed to go in. ???? It is a little harder to move with a baby but thank goodness for grandparents. I also built in a few extra days of unpacking because I knew I would have to stop and take care of him. Good luck!! Can’t wait to see it.

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  15. Diana R. wrote:

    Omg!!!!!! I’m so thrilled for you guys! From watching you decorate your Dallas apartment to starting a family and making a life in your small “older” house to now this!!!!! I can’t wait to see what life you give this new home. Thrilled for you and your family, congratulations!! Xo

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  16. So happy for your next big move! My husband and I are moving into our first home together as newlyweds next week, so I’m in the packing and decorating panic that you’re in, too! I can’t wait to see y’alls new space.

    xo Amanda John
    XO Strawberry Chic

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  17. Robyn wrote:

    How exciting!!! I was so surprised to see this! Hope everything goes some what smoothly for you!!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  18. Michelle wrote:

    We just moved with a one year old, get ready for the emotions when your home is empty. When we left our first home I cried. It was our first home, got married and had our first baby.

    Congratulations on your new adventure. God is amazing and your new season will also be.

    Michelle

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  19. Sophia Schwent wrote:

    Congratulations! So excited for you and your family. You will create so many fun memories in this new home of yours! ????

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  20. Paris wrote:

    Congrats Katey! So excited for you and this awesome transition! Also, I’m so excited to see how you decorate! I know it’s going to be gorgeous as always! Praying for y’all and your new journey!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  21. Jordanne wrote:

    Oh my gosh! I literally just had a dream about you guys moving (i have no idea why!!) but this is crazy! Paul was laughing about how heavy the boxes were of your accessories ???????? but it was the weird sarcastic laugh guys do well at least the guys i know! Hahahaha!
    I wish you guys the very best in your forever home and cant wait to see all your pictures of the decor! You are so good at decorating girl! ????????

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  22. Kimberley wrote:

    Katy this was so sweet to read. Is it weird that a part of me is a little sad? lol I mean yah for a new house, but it’s just so relatable for me. Me and my husband are in the same age range as you and Paul, we have a 7 month old baby girl, and have been updating our older home. My husband and I keep going back and forth about if we should stay or go. So many memories have been made in my house and it would be so bittersweet to leave. The wonderful upside is that God will lead and my family of 4 (gotta include the dog????) will be going through the possible change together.

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  23. Brittany wrote:

    Ahhh so excited for ya’ll!! My husband and I just did the same thing! We decided to put our house up for sale, listed it on Friday and had a contract on Monday! All other houses in the neighborhood had been listed for 6 months so we weren’t expecting anything for atleast a month or so! God had bigger plans! So, we have moved in with my parents and will be here until we find a house! Cannot wait to see how you decorate! It’ll be inspiration for me for sure!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  24. Elizabeth wrote:

    Oh my gosh!!! When you were saying that you had a big announcement, I had a feeling that you were moving! I’m so happy how God worked everything out for you and your adorable little family, and how you’ll be able to help out your parents! I cannot wait to see how you decorate your new house!!

    We had a similar situation last year when my family was moving from New England to Virginia. Our house sold really fast but we weren’t moving for a little bit, so we lived with family. It does get a little hectic and you feel a little “off” but it’s all worth it in the end when you get into your new dream home!!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  25. Madison wrote:

    My bf and I are actually in the same exact situation!! Our lease at our apartment was up in June and he was in between jobs not sure which city he would end up choosing a job in SOOOO his gracious parents let us move in with them! We’re looking for a house to move into in Dallas at the beginning of the year, but until then we’ll be living with them. And it’s HARD having your stuff everywhere and not being able to find things and not able to like officially unpack. I have to take more than a fe deep breaths a day and just remind myself it’s only temporary and it’s amazing we have the opportunity to not spend a fortune renting something for an awkward 5 months while looking for a house.

    I’m so happy for y’all!! Forever home! What a treat 🙂 I literally can’t wait to see how you decorate. Like I’m dying haha.

    Happy decorating 🙂

    Cheers! Madison

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  26. Courtney wrote:

    Congratulations Katey! I love following along with your life! On to the next ????

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  27. Taylor wrote:

    Congrats on the new home! I figured after Maxi ya’ll would end up moving! Especially if y’all are planning to have more children.

    I don’t have children to worry about. But, the owners of the house we have been renting the past year have decided to sell. So, we have until the end of our lease, July 26th, to move out! We were only given a months notice, it has been super stressful. But, as of this morning, sellers have accepted our offer and we are on to the next steps of the buying process! Like your new home, we won’t be able to move in for another month and a half. We will be staying with my boyfriends parents and living out of boxes as well.

    Good luck with everything!! I can’t wait to see your new home decor!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  28. So thrilled for you guys!! I can’t wait to see the new house and how you decorate it 🙂
    xx Tess | Sequins are the New Black

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  29. Yay, new home decor content! Good luck on the new chapter of your life!

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog
    http://charmainenyw.com

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  30. Kristen wrote:

    Congrats darling!! I guess this is hard given that you’re moving in a week, but pack your “non-essentials” right this minute! If in the next week you haven’t found yourself desperate for that item, you’ll be good for two months. It seems like a long time but it really isn’t. Also, that’ll help you declutter. If two months went by and you didn’t think about an item or a product, do you really need it?

    So excited for you! Good luck! I can’t imagine how hard it is trying to move with a 5 month old. Deep breaths girl. 🙂

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  31. Lauren D. wrote:

    This is so exciting!! I know also stressful, but you’re wonder woman and I know you’ll kick ass during these next crazy months… even with living from boxes! Congratulations and I can’t wait to see the new place and how you decorate!!

    Published 13 Jul 17Reply
  32. Savannah wrote:

    Oh my word! I am SHOCKED! I feel like I’m moving HAHA! God is so working all of these details out according to His plan! I’m glad you believe that to be true!!!! I am so happy for this season of your life! I’ll be praying that it’s stress-free and blessing-filled!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  33. Sierra wrote:

    I totally get you! God likes to laugh at my plans ALL the time because His plan is all that really matters or something ???? I’m graduating college and getting married in six months and I have no idea where we’ll live or where I’m going to be hired, BUT He knows ???? You are definitely not alone!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  34. That is so exciting!! Can’t wait to see the new house and how you decorate it! <3

    BlondieInTheCity.com

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  35. Samantha Hutto wrote:

    How awesome! God does have a plan that is ALWAYS better than ours. It’s just usually has more points in between A&B than we imagined. ????

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  36. Meredith wrote:

    I can appreciate that you have a strong faith, but not sure why you needed to add how excited you were for a Christian couple to purchase your house. Would you have been equally as thrilled for your sale to be to a Jewish/atheist/Muslim/etc couple? I generally love your blog but your words were off-putting. I don’t know why you felt the need to specify.

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
    • Katey wrote:

      Hi Meredith!

      Wow! That’s definitely not what I meant at all. I’m excited for them to move into our home because of the letter they wrote us. We do share the same faith and in the letter we bonded over some of that. I included that as many of my readers know I have blogged about my faith for years. I am thrilled a sweet couple bought our home and I felt comfortable enough to share some details about them [th faith we share and their wedding date]. Some of my best friends are Jewish, Atheists and Agnostic. None of them took my blog post like that, so please don’t read into mine like that as well. I apologize if that is how you took it. But I prefaced this post by saying it was a God thing for me, so I felt comfortable ending my blog post saying we shared the same faith.

      Best,

      Katey

      Published 14 Jul 17Reply
      • Shelly Rogers wrote:

        Details are your friend in situations like this.

        Published 15 Jul 17Reply
  37. Shana wrote:

    Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Truly happy for you and your family

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  38. Laurient wrote:

    Congratulations! Very exciting news. Can’t wait to see how you decorate!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  39. Violi wrote:

    We moved when my daughter was 8 months old. The best piece of advice I received when we moved into our house was to make a priority list and try to do 2 things daily (not entire rooms). If you do those 2 things and at up to doing more, great, but at least your tackling the list. It took me forever to get comfortable, but I wasn’t overwhelmed and I was still able to be present with my daughter. As for moving in with your parents, seeing your mom with Maxi everyday will be he a memory you cherish forever (not to mention, allow you a second to breath when you need it!). Good luck!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  40. Britt wrote:

    Congratulations! God is so faithful!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  41. Alyssa wrote:

    Oh boy, now I’m worried that we’re going to be moving soon haha! We just decided to stay put in our house for a few more years… we’ll see what happens, I guess! Congrats on the move! And what an awesome thing that you can help your family out AND they can help you out at the same time!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  42. Lindsay wrote:

    Such an exciting time for you guys! I know it’s so stressful, but it will be so good in the end! We just did a big move with our little ones while I am pregnant and were at my parents in between houses. It actually made the transition a little better and easier! Wishing you guys all of the best! XO

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  43. Congratulations!! Can’t wait to see pictures! I know it will be gorgeous!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  44. Lindsay Green wrote:

    So exciting! We just got relocated to California from Houston and I had to live with my parents for 3mo! The Relocation Company took ALL our belongings 3/31, closed on our house 5/26, and moved in 6/29. I dreaded it during the months leading up to the change (loved my townhouse so much) and thought how could I ever live out of a suitcase for 3mo!? Not to mention I’m like you and love being organized so it stressed me out like crazy. Luckily I just had to pack spring\summer type clothing (thanks Houston weather). Now that I’m setteling into my new home in California I look back and think how silly it was to stress but also how fast time flew by. It really made us aware of what you really need vs don’t (but I’m not giving up my shoe collection just yet). Most of all I loved being able to cherish moments with my parents one last time like I did when I was a kid and I think you will too.

    Packing tips….
    I had a couple of dryer sheets left in a box and put them in the boxes with my comforter/sheets to get rid of them. I wish I would have done it for every item that had cloth material that I wouldn’t want to smell. I opened all my boxes after being in a climate controlled facility even and they smell gross but not the sheets that had a dryer sheet in them.

    Don’t pack any important documents you may need over the next two months. My license was set to expire during our time and I couldn’t renew since all my original birth docs/SS Card were in a box. Fail.

    Lastly, we bought our washer/dryer & fridge at Best Buy and they price match anyone up to 30days after your purchase. They also take competitors coupons which helped us save an additional 1,000$!

    Good luck with your move and transition!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  45. Lindsay Green wrote:

    So exciting! We just got relocated to California from Houston and I had to live with my parents for 3mo! The Relocation Company took ALL our belongings 3/31, closed on our house 5/26, and moved in 6/29. I dreaded it during the months leading up to the change (loved my townhouse so much) and thought how could I ever live out of a suitcase for 3mo!? Not to mention I’m like you and love being organized so it stressed me out like crazy. Luckily I just had to pack spring\summer type clothing (thanks Houston weather). Now that I’m setteling into my new home in California I look back and think how silly it was to stress but also how fast time flew by. It really made us aware of what you really need vs don’t (but I’m not giving up my shoe collection just yet). Most of all I loved being able to cherish moments with my parents one last time like I did when I was a kid and I think you will too….

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  46. Lindsay Green wrote:

    Packing tips….
    I had a couple of dryer sheets left in a box and put them in the boxes with my comforter/sheets to get rid of them. I wish I would have done it for every item that had cloth material that I wouldn’t want to smell. I opened all my boxes after being in a climate controlled facility even and they smell gross but not the sheets that had a dryer sheet in them.

    Don’t pack any important documents you may need over the next two months. My license was set to expire during our time and I couldn’t renew since all my original birth docs/SS Card were in a box. Fail.

    Lastly, we bought our washer/dryer & fridge at Best Buy and they price match anyone up to 30days after your purchase. They also take competitors coupons which helped us save an additional 1,000$!

    Good luck with your move and transition!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  47. Megan wrote:

    We just moved into our new home. I have two young boys and another on the way. We also have two inside dogs (one is a puppy.) My best advice is Perinials fabric on couches and fiberseal everything else (including rugs.) I hope this helps! Best of luck.

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  48. Lindsay wrote:

    I have never been more excited for someone else moving!! I can’t wait to see all of your interior design posts!

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  49. Amanda wrote:

    Congrats Katey! Such an exciting time for you and your family! Can’t wait to see your decor posts and inspiration for your new home. So happy for you! ????

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  50. I’m so excited for you and your family Katey! This is only my second time to comment on your blog but I just had to let you know that you are seriously my favorite blogger! I love that you share about your faith and your love for Jesus in your posts. You are such an inspiration to young women like me! I also live in Dallas and I just started a blog in May ???? I can relate to your spontaneous move because God did something similar for my family recently. My husband and I have a two year old named Max and we have been saving and praying for a house. We were so bummed to resign our apartment lease in May and then our apartment randomly flooded and we got moved to a much nicer apartment with so much more space! (rent free for a few months, and then we get to continue paying what we were for the smaller apartment) God always has a plan and I feel like he’s blessing us even in our waiting! I’m so happy for y’all and I can’t wait to see how you decorate your new home ???? It’s such a blessing that y’all were able to get the home you wanted way sooner than expected. I’ll be praying for y’all and I’m sure the move will go smoothly! ❤️ Sorry this was so long ????

    Published 14 Jul 17Reply
  51. Shelly Rogers wrote:

    All the furniture shopping makes sense now! Congratulations! Can’t wait to see the new digs. My husband and I are building right now, I’d love to hear the details of your process! You’ve always decorated so well, curious what floors and countertops you chose! I’ve seen some Home Depot-ish rstyle post!

    Published 15 Jul 17Reply
  52. Jessica wrote:

    So exciting! I loved seeing how your first apartment was decorated as well as your current home. Can’t wait to see what you do with the new house!

    Published 15 Jul 17Reply
  53. Olivia Argueta wrote:

    Awww, I’m so sad to see you guys leave this house. I got so much inspiration from your home I’m excited to see what happens with the next one. As far as living in boxes, you’ll adjust. Your able to live with A LOT less if you have to. I’m happy for you Katey may God bless all your endeavors and your sweet family!

    Published 15 Jul 17Reply
  54. Katie wrote:

    Congrats on your new house! So excited for y’all and can’t wait to see how you decorate!

    xoxo,
    Katie
    chicincarolina.blogspot.com 

    Published 01 Aug 17Reply
  55. Jane wrote:

    Cannot wait to see what you do with the NEW DIGS!!!!!!

    Published 03 Aug 17Reply
  56. CartoonHD wrote:

    Amazing collection. I love pink colour.

    Published 27 Apr 19Reply
  57. Oh this makes me so sad and so happy at the same time. What exciting news!!! And I can’t wait to see how you decorate the new home

    Published 27 Apr 19Reply