Moving abroad at 6 months pregnant had me all kinds of stressed, and honestly a little crazy (although if you ask James he’d probably say a lot crazy haha). And whilst I was initially worried about the logistics of moving, my thoughts shifted towards giving birth abroad shortly after the move.
When you move abroad it shouldn’t come as a shock that things will be different to home. However I spent so many months researching and looking into things that I thought I’d pretty much worked out what would be different. So I was surprised there were a few things that caught me off guard.
Expanding your family is super exciting, but also hard. Read all about my transition from two kids to three.
We were incredibly fortunate that James’ company offered to fly us to Maryland ahead of our move in order to scout out the area, and find somewhere to live. Although it was somewhat hectic as we flew out a month before our move date, amidst the chaos of packing and selling our home, but I’m…
A lot of people become expats by chance, but not us. No, we sought out the opportunity to move abroad. Are we crazy? Maybe, but all the best people are! In this post I’m going to talk a little about how to move to America from England.
Wow, five months in America I can’t believe it! Come read about how we’re finding life, some of the differences between America and England, and the highs and lows of expat life.