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A Mom's Guide: 4 Tips For Moving With A Big Family

The larger the family, the bigger the happiness for a mom. Except when it comes to moving, as then the joy that your husband and kids give you will quickly be replaced by a huge responsibility. One of the terrifying things you ask yourself is how you can make a stress-free relocation and do everything as efficiently as possible while taking care of every member of the big family?

It's no secret that moving with a big family comes with extra challenges. Of course, this doesn't mean that it's an impossible task, as there are many ways you can make it effective while also ensuring everybody's well-being and the safety of everything. However, you need to know all the ins and outs of a family move, especially when it comes to a large one.

Luckily for you, we've put together a list of all the tips that you need to make this endeavor a real success and finish relocating with your family just the way you intended: as fast as possible and without any problems.

1. Have a great plan in place

When it comes to moving, the first thing you must do is create a detailed plan to focuses on all the steps of the relocation. Because you can't' and shouldn't do it alone, coordinate every little thing with your family. Tell your husband and children what they are expected to do and let them know what tasks you're in charge of.

Open, clear, and straightforward communication is critical when it comes to a complicated relocation. To make things easier, hold a meeting a few weeks before the big day and talk things through with everybody. Create a list of the tasks and go through it step by step. Informing your partner and kids is important, as the more they know, the more prepared they can be. 

2. Declutter and organize 

You probably know that a big family move is problematic because of all the stuff you've accumulated over the years. The key is to declutter and get rid of all the unwanted things. If you decide on hiring a moving firm, you need to have as few items as possible for transportation to lower the relocation costs. Analyze all the rooms of your house or apartment, go through every single thing, and throw out or donate the stuff you no longer need. 

It's also a great idea to make an accurate moving inventory. When you've finished decluttering your home, make a list of all the stuff you need at your new house or apartment. With a proper inventory, it will be a lot easier to keep track of everyone's things during the move. Plus, don't forget to have all the necessary documents at hand as early as possible, such as financial, school, or medical records. 

3. Prepare a few boxes with the essentials

While packing and organizing all your possessions, you might forget about the things you have on you during the move. That's why it's a good idea to start packing the essentials first. It's especially important when you have several kids of different ages, as they need other things. So, have a few separate boxes that will hold the important travel items, such as medication, food, napkins, water, and everything else you, your partner, or kids might need. 

If you have the time, prepare a bag for each of your kids that they can carry. The bag can hold things they love, such as a stuffed animal or any other toy, and of course, change of clothes and personal care items. 

4. Hire a moving firm

If you feel like you can't handle all of these on your own, don't panic, as there's a way out. Hiring a professional moving company can give you all the help that you need during this stressful time. With a team of experienced NYC movers, the relocation will be fast and problem-free. Plus, finding a firm with great and cheap services is not that hard nowadays. Once you hire and instruct them of your needs, you can sit back and relax, as the movers will do all the hard work.

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