Wow. It's exhausting. First, we are trying to find a place that will fit us all, and be within our budget. Then, we find a house, but it is way off in the boondocks. Too far away to travel to work everyday and still see the husband at night. Then, we find a great house, good price, nice neighborhood, and we think we are set. We call around to find out about the elementary school. Well, it's TERRIBLE, and nobody would willingly put their kids in that school. Great. We call around to see if we can switch districts. NOPE. So, the house hunting continues.
It looks so easy and carefree on HGTV. I didn't realize it was so complicated. It's even harder when you are staying at an old furnished house where the telephone doesn't even work, let alone have computer access (if we had a laptop). The library already kicked us out. Bummer.
So we might go look at a place today. Me and the kids. Heath has only seen one house out of all the ones I've looked at. I take good pictures, though! When the Realtor asked today if we have pets, I said "No". She responded with a sigh of relief. "But we do have 4 kids." (no comment is given)