Baby Jane’s House
It was a house built for a family, it even has a playground in the backyard, and a tree house with a tire swing! Ryan and Caitlin did a good job of filling it with children too, having 5 kids in 13 years in that house. With the oncoming 6th child though, the house was brimming with people, there were no more seats left on the swing set, and so it was time to find something which could fit them all, preferably before the baby came. There is no more pressing ticking clock than the oncoming of your sixth child when you live in a 3-bedroom house, so the priority was on moving first, on getting the family into that new place before the baby came, and it was a race to the closing table to make that happen. At first, they thought they’d end up in Littleton, but ended up moving just a mile away into a beautiful new home with huge double doors and enough room for everyone. But the baby timer ticked ever on, and they moved into the new home on Elk street just two days before Baby Jane came into the world, but she was unaware that her home wasn’t just new to her, but to the whole family, as the kids unpacked boxes and baby rattles.
While Momma worked on getting the family nested into a new place, Poppa set on the job of getting the old house ready to sell. It was a big job, and Ryan worked late into the night for many weeks to get it all done, because he wanted the best possible sale. On the Monday before the house was to go on the market there was so much to be done, but the clock still ticked, requiring a whirlwind of activity in just a few days’ time! The house hit the market fresh from the makeover chair, as painters, carpet installers, patio placers, mulchers, cleaners, and stagers worked in unison with Ryan to beat the clock, finishing just in time for a slew of showings. The improvements made all the difference as the house was bid up and up, getting top dollar for the house. The house was sold, the work done, finally Ryan and Caitlin could relax in their new home, with 5 kids, a new baby, and nothing else to worry about.