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I've always dreamed of  HGTV-kind of moving- in moments, when the inspector gives us the keys to the house and we enter the front door with huge anticipation and excitement...:) Well, things do not normally work this way in real life :) Our move-in moment is more like move-in moments, meaning that we are moving in "step-by-step".
1. step was finishing Reni's bedroom, so she was the lucky one to occupy her bedroom first:)
2. Noemi's bedroom followed about half a year later.
3. One of the bathrooms is (almost) fully functional, except for hot water (turning on gas is only allowed after full occupancy), but at least we don't have to line up in front of our tiny bathroom in the motorhome :)
4. After flooring was done throughout the house, we could finally put our bed in the master bedroom, so we have some elbow room, too! Yay!
5. Progress has been made in the kitchen, too. Granite countertop is in, oven is in, so I can actually cook! :)

We've been through ups and downs, but the fact that we are making progress is encouraging. So we just keep going, and I do hope and pray that we'll be celebrating our first Christmas in the house this year! :)


Mindig amolyan HGTV-féle beköltözésről álmodtam, amikor az épitkezési ellenőr (? fogalmam sincs, hogy mondják ezt magyarul :) a kezünkbe adja a ház kulcsait, mi pedig roppant izgatottan belépünk az ajtón. Nos, a dolgok a valóságban általában nem igy történnek :) A mi beköltözésünknek nincs ilyen pillanata, hanem inkább pillanatOK voltak-vannak :) Egy nagy pillanat helyett több apró:)

1. Az első lépés az volt, amikor Reni beköltözött a szobájába, ő volt az első szerencsés!
2. Második lépésként Noémi követte kb. fél évvel később.
3. Az egyik fürdőszoba gyakorlatilag teljesen fukcionál, kivéve, hogy nincs meleg viz, ugyanis a gáz szolgáltatás csak a hivatalos lakásátadás után indulhat el. (biztonsági előirás) De legalább nem kell sorban állnunk a lakókocsi ici-pici fürdője előtt :)
4. Miután a padlóburkolás megtörtént az egész házban, végre betehettük az ágyunkat a hálószobába, szóval most már kicsit szellősebben vagyunk:)
5. A konyhában is haladunk. Gránit munkalapok a helyükön, sütő működik, igy már használni is tudom.

Sok hullámvölgyön vagyunk túl, de a tény, hogy haladunk, bátoritó. Igy aztán megyünk tovább, és azt reméljük, hogy az első "igazi" Karácsonyunkat végre a házban fogjuk tölteni idén:)

Granite countertop - gránit munkalap

Island - munkasziget


Master bedroom - nagy hálószoba

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