Although adults have already determined that move is the best for the family, their children may have a contrary opinion and not being so easily convinced. Giving them time is a great strategy to convince.
Know the new home well
When you inform your children about the move, especially the older ones, they will have many questions about the new neighbourhood. This information about the new home will facilitate the persuading process.
Make a plan formoving day
The moving day will be stressful for everyone in the family, so to relieve some of that stress, plan for them to stay out of the way while the moving is actually taking place. If you have friends or grandparents who have volunteered to help to take care of the children, accept it! Another good option is to hire a nanny for your children and pets.
Plan a Fun Activity for the Arrival
Plan a fun activity for the arrival. When the move finally ends and everyone arrives at the new home, it’s time to show that moving was a good choice. Allow children and pets to explore your new home, have a nice meal and look for a fun activity for the whole family. After all, the first impression is what remains, nothing better than getting off to a good start.
Think about hiring a packing and moving company
The move doesn’t have to be stressful for your family and spend all your free time. A good solution is to hire a moving and packing service company, which will carry all this heavy and tedious cargo for you, allowing you to take care of your most precious assets: children and pets.