- Despite there being many floors in most dorms, somehow the kid is almost always on the top floor.
- Kid's stuff is like a snowball--it gets larger and larger, the farther you have to move it. I have told her roomies to Luna her--to hide/steal her stuff--so that there is less stuff to move back home.
- Moving in and out is always on the warmest day of the year. Caveat: if it occurs in January at the start of the winter term, then it will snow hard (H/T to RP).
- It gets easier to leave the kid behind, but it never gets easy.
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Sunday, August 20, 2017
Iron Laws of Moving Kid to College
Today was the last time I had to help my daughter move to college. She was just moving across town, but I was already bringing her back down from our family vacation, so I helped out. Oh, and I helped her get a used car. Anyhow, this experience reminded me of the Iron Laws of Moving Kid to College:
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