In the last six days, we've had two birthdays in our house. The oldest daughter is 8 now and the youngest son is 6. It's hard to believe. I love that they are getting older.
Last night we had a disco dance. Now years and years ago, disco night in our house was a regular event. We probably had a disco two or three times a month. Our disco ball hung from the ceiling in the living room. We would turn on the spotlight, crank up the disco music and dance. It was great fun. Last night we turned off all the lights in the house and turned on the strobe light. Then we danced. It was so funny. I wish I could explain everything that the kids did. My youngest daughter, who is 3, had this strut she would do and she probably had the best moves of anyone else in the family. They all had fantastic moves. It was very funny and I'm a little jealous of their dance skills.
(Actually, my youngest just came up to me and told me she wants to do a disco dance again.)
As we will be moving soon, you can imagine it is on our minds a lot. I hope each day when Hubby comes home from work, he will know where we are going and when we are going. It makes moving easier to plan when you have those two vital bits of information. While I'm sad to say good-bye to good friends, I view each move as an exciting adventure. I'm not stressing over anything yet because there is nothing I can do about anything just yet. Hubby told me I had a good attitude about this move. (We've moved at least 9 times over the course of our marriage.) I told him if my attitude was annoying him, I could totally freak out over it. He declined my offer.
This move should be so easy compared to the last one. Last time we were trying to sell a house and I had six month old to deal with (along with the other 4 kids) and Hubby left for his new job about a month before I could leave to join him, so I was all alone. This time, it's a rental house, the kids are older and can help more. I'll stress out when we get close to the actual move. So, Molly-freaking-out will appear in about a month. Keep an eye out for the entertaining show that is to come.