Well, we are finally out of the house and in Georgia!! It was a CRAZY couple of weeks and we had some great help from family and friends. Last weekend we met my parents halfway to drop off the boys with them so that Jared and I could finish up the rest of the house...it was definitely hard to leave them but we were able to accomplish so much more without stopping to feed and play with those sweet boys! Here are some pictures from their car ride to meet Nana and Poppy...they really couldn't be any cuter!
This is our last family picture taken in front of the house. We have had so many memories made in this house and it definitely holds a place in our hearts...it has seen us through smiles, tears, and laughter over the past few years and it's hard to believe that we came here as a couple and are leaving as a family of four (and Nestle!). It is such an odd feeling to realize that the boys will have no memory of their first home and all of the things that have occurred over the past few weeks, but that's what pictures are for! God has definitely ordered our steps over the past few years and I can't wait to see what He has in store for us in Georgia! We are excited to find our next home that we will hopefully live in for years to come and watch the boys grow up in...what an exciting season of life this is!
We are really enjoying our time in Atlanta and having Nana and Poppy graciously opening up their home to us! I know that everyone has their own schedules and routines and it is so sweet of them to allow us to interrupt their daily comforts for a few months! The boys are loving all of the fun things to see and do in their temporary "home" and of course are loving all of the extra attention and are "talking" up a storm along with all of their sweet smiles. I need to upload some pictures that I've taken over the past few days but I'll focus more on that after I catch up on unpacking, etc.
We are still going ninety to nothing while we unpack, figure out what boxes things are in, and try to catch up on sleep but it's been a fun ride and I know it will all be a blur one day. I promise to update the blog when I find time!