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More Homebody, Less Motion?

Oh yes, this blog is about to take a turn.

My absence here in recent weeks can be explained by the big news that (wait for it) I’m pregnant… with twins no less!

At this stage, I’m into the second trimester and expecting mid-summer. Obviously the exciting developments over here mean that our decision making about all matters both house related and travel related shift in new directions.

I hope you’ll keep reading to see where all of this takes us. I’m pretty darn curious myself!

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