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5 Tips for Making the Moving Transition Easier on the Familymoving family

 

Moving from one home to another can be a very stressful time for both adults and children. Children are used to their surroundings, they feel secure, and often times have made friends in their current neighborhoods. Adults are faced with planning and executing the move, all while making sure the children are comfortable and happy. Here are 5 tips for making the moving transition a bit easier on your family.

  • •Become familiar with the new area before moving day. Take your family on a little tour of your new neighborhood. Show the kids where the park, library, schools, and ice cream shops are. Stop at a few places and allow the kids to explore. Doing this will not only be helpful for you as an adult moving to a new area, but this can also play an important role in getting the kids excited for a new neighborhood.
  • •Make a list of things to keep easily accessible on moving day. Things like phone chargers, sports equipment, special blankets or stuffed animals, and electronics can also be very helpful on moving day. Once you get to your new location, set the kids free to explore the back yard, let them play on a cell phone or I-pad. Anything to keep them occupied while the movers are busy moving your items into your new home will be a huge stress reliever on the adults assisting in the move!
  • •Be sure to have all utilities transferred into your name and to your new home ahead of time. The last obstacle you want to face on moving day is having no lights or running water. By doing this ahead of time, you will save yourself a tremendous amount of time, as well as a headache!
  • •If possible, introduce yourself to your new neighbors, and introduce your children to their children. Always wave to people driving by. Meeting a few new people, and having people wave at you and your family can go a long way in a new area, where you feel like you know no one.
  • •Immerse you and your family in local events. Some communities show movies at different parks or recreation centers during the summer, some have summer festivals or winter holiday gatherings. Getting to know what social events are taking place in your new community, and allowing your family to be a part of them can be a great way to feel at home in a new place!

Moving to a new place can be very overwhelming and intimidating. It can also be used as great time to bond with your family and loved ones. Take advantage!