The More,The Merrier: Move Without Stress Even With a Big Family
NL Moving with a large family can be a daunting task. There are a lot of different things to consider, and it’s hard to figure out what you should do first.
First, let’s talk about how many people you have to move with and why it matters. The more people you have, the more challenging it will be. With a small family like two adults and one child (under five years old), moving shouldn’t take too long or require too much planning. But when there are three kids in that same family dynamic, then things become much harder because each kid needs their own items to go into storage and unpack at the new place! However, if you’re packing for four children over age seven – such as siblings who still live together after high school – this can actually be easier than trying to move them all separately with only one car available.
You will need a big van or moving truck to move your family, especially if you’re packing for two adults and several kids. If there are any single parents or grandparents involved who need extra room in the car then it will be even more packed! Consider including some of their items with yours because they may have slightly different needs that should have a place inside the vehicle. For example, many seniors rely on walkers and other medical devices – do not forget to pack those up too!
Preparation is key when moving a large family. Depending on how much time you have before your big day arrives, you’ll want to begin gathering boxes as soon as possible so you can start boxing up all of your belongings ahead of time instead of scrambling at the last minute to put things together quickly without any time to spare. You’ll also want some supplies on hand for the day of your move, such as marking pens or masking tape so you can label boxes with what’s inside and where it needs to go at your new place.
You may even need more than one moving help service depending on how many people are coming along for the ride! A good rule of thumb is that each mover should have a box assigned to them instead of having everyone carrying their own individual items – this will keep things organized throughout the entire process.