Feeling the pressure

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This when moving thing is starting to weigh pretty heavy.  There’s no question that we need to move,  however,  the big question is where.  Finding a home that will provide comfort,  safety and stability for 3 special needs children is not an easy task,  especially on our budget. 

Nevertheless,  this is going to have to happen,  and sooner than later. 

Part of my struggle right now is that I’m simply spread to thin.  We have a major battle looming before us with the school district over Emmett’s ETR and IEP.  However,  in light of us moving,  does that even matter?  I mean if we are in a new school district,  do we just start over,  or will they mistakes made by our current school district haunt us there as well?

I need to find these things out.



On the plus side,  I found a house for rent,  close enough that we don’t have to pull the kids out of school but far enough the drive would likely get old pretty quick. The house is beautiful and seems to be a perfect match for our unique needs but it’s more expensive than our current monthly rent. 

Perhaps we could pull this off but it makes me nervous to think about that.  However,  there simply aren’t that many options for a family such as ours. Prices comparable to what we are paying now would put us in the same unsafe situation,  only in new location.  That would defeat the purpose of moving in the first place.

Time is ticking and pressure is mounting.



– Lost and Tired

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