moving house

From life-size plastic cows to dolls and suits of armour, it's all in a day's work for these removals experts.
One reader said the delay was a “gut punch”, while others have been ghosted by estate agents.
It really, truly doesn't need to spin you out.
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'Moving home is among the most stressful things an adult can do, and maybe even more so for a child.'
As a stoic member of generation anxiety, I have spent more time in the past or in the hypothetical than I care to admit. Having some way to grasp and ground myself in who I am at this precise moment, even if that's someone who favours Glamour magazine over Argentine pulp fiction, is incredibly valuable and liberating.
However - if I know anything about moving house for children, it's the old adage that wherever their parents are, is home. The other bits - the bits I am about to mention - are all secondary. If you're there, they will be fine: don't wallow in the guilt for too long. The calmer you are, the happier your children will be, if you needed any other reason to stop worrying.
5. They think that your pillow is the perfect place to hang a wet towel. 10. They have secret hobbies that you never knew
As moving day hit us I spent a while walking around the empty house and I couldn't help but feel heartbroken to leave behind the larder door with my family and friends heights scrawled all over the inside of it. The memories came flooding back and boom...more tears. Am I ridiculous to be crying about a house that I haven't lived in for 8 years?