Monday, June 14, 2010

Trucking along



The moving process began today, and I was so worried about the kids getting in the way. We packed up the toys about a week ago, which had the unintended consequence of turning them into savages.

I woke up stressed, but Jack assured me that he could keep them from getting underfoot. And I have to hand it to him. From the moment the truck arrived, they haven't bothered me once.





14 comments:

Susan said...

Hey! That's precious cargo...handle with care!!!

Jenny Walker said...

That's hilarious, Katie! I <3 your blog. ;0)

Flem said...

You know what I love about this post? It isn't even photoshopped.

Amy Eagleston said...

LOL! Love it. Sure to become a family classic. I am going to do this and we aren't even moving :)

Jenae said...

Hands down the best picture ever. I never believed that moving could be fun or funny. Way to go. Travel safely and thank you for all the little moments when you reached out to me in friendship.

This ward will seriously miss you guys.

jj

Katie and Jeff said...

Man, Jack is a genius! Where was he when we were moving 2 months ago!

Jane said...

too funny! Can't wait for those "boxes" to arrive at my house!!!

Kristin said...

AWESOME. This one is going in my "notes for parenthood" book. :)

Lorie said...

Bwahahahaha! I love it! I think that should be the picture you send with your change of address/we've moved cards!!

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senategirl said...

The Santa Barbara zoo has nothing on you! That picture is just hilarious and worth 2,000 words!

Leslie said...

This is brilliant! Do I have to wait to move before I can borrow your idea? Hope your move has gone smoothly.

Allen and Amy Waples said...

Oh, Katie!!! This blog entry just made its way into a dinner conversation started by Ashley..."mommy, tell them about your friend who packed their kids in boxes..." and before you know it we were all in front of the computer...hilarious!!

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