Homeward Bound…

  1. DOLORES MOREU says:

    May you and your family have a safe and wonderful journey to your new home.

  2. Tina Brimlow says:

    Oh Jenifer I loved. Your story going between on home to another. Thank you for sharing that with us. Good luck in the new home hope the new chair gets a different color nail polish. 🙂

  3. Karen Lawson says:

    There will always be something special about the house where you birthed and nurtured your babies. When we left our very unique apartment in the back of my father’s storage building and moved into our large one-hundred-year-old house almost twenty-seven years ago, it was a bittersweet moment. Time passes, families grow, but memories remain forever… Enjoy the new place and make some great new memories! This one will probably be the one the kids will remember to their kids someday! <3

  4. Sharlene Wegner says:

    Congratulations on your move! Our first home was the first floor & basement of a rented house. My dresser was in the dining room because the bedroom wasn’t big enough. My son’s crib ended up in the dining room, too. We bought a 4 bedroom colonial 19 years ago, but I will never forget our first home. Best of luck!

  5. Maybelline says:

    Your story brought tears to my eyes. When I was 15 my parents left everything in Puerto Rico to move to Texas so I could go to college in the States. That was a tough move–new language, new country and culture, new everything. It is something I am grateful to my parents for. Now that I have my own family, it could be said that we have created an “immunity” to moving. As a military family it is very hard to make a “home” since it is constantly changing. What you get is a global “home”–every place is a new experience (either good or bad) and your neighbors become your “family” forever. Thanks for sharing your story! Time to keep moving forward and embrace the new amazing things to come.

  6. Tanya says:

    That was so touching. Makes me think about my journey over the last 14 years with my children and husband.thank you for sharing.

  7. Donna M says:

    I loved this thoughtful blog on moving on to a new place, leaving behind what was once a beginning. Your new place will soon become that spot that welcomes you home, the place you know is your sanctuary. Enjoy this new phase of life. It too, will soon hold wonderful memories.

  8. lisagk says:

    Simply beautiful

  9. Marti says:

    What an amazing story to share. Thanks so much. It makes me realize how precious home and family is. I’m a single mom and we never had much over the necessities of life, but we have love and memories.
    I remember one stormy day when we couldn’t have the TV on because of lightning that I gathered up the bazooka bubble gum and thought my son to blow bubbles. Its one of my favorite memories to date.
    Thank you for what you do. I’m nearly done reading “Merger”. Love this family. Nick and Alexa are still my favorite pair. 🙂
    Best wishes in your new home.
    Marti in MT

  10. Karen says:

    WOW..your story is wonderful no wonder your stories feel like they come from the heart…your life story made me laugh and cry. Best of luck and happiness as your new adventure begins.

  11. Cindy Hamilton says:

    Congrats on your new home, may it be filled with love and joy!

  12. Lynn says:

    Such a beautiful personal story! No, there will never be another home that can take the place of that first one that holds so many dear memories for you, or at least there never were for me. But, you will be able to turn your new home and Mommy Chair into the same type of wonderful memories of the children other firsts to come your way. Only this time some of those memories they will be able to remember with you!

  13. Irene says:

    Your words always touch my heart, such a beautiful post.
    I wish you and the family all the best and may the new memories be happy ones <3
    Irene aka @FFpassion

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