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Well to say the last two months were busy is an understatement! We were blessed with the healthy birth of our Daughter, Saria, on Aug 19th ;o) She came a few days early which was a great surprise.

Another HUGE change is that we decided to move 2 weeks after Saria was born.  Now I would not recommend this to my worst enemy, but it was an opportunity that presented itself, so we jumped on it.  We purchased a home in a small country community of Saint Marie de Kent in New Brunswick, Canada.  It's only about 30mins from Moncton where we lived, but a nice new home with an in-law suite sitting on 2 acres of land across from the River.  My parents live in the in-law suite and we live in the main house. 

It's very tranquille and relaxing... having a coffee in the morning watching the river flow by and people rushing off to work.  Since both my wife and I work from home, living in the country vs the city is not a big deal commute wise for us.  The main reason for the move was to have more land and have our kids grow up in a smaller community.

We absolutely LOVE the community and have many plans for the extra land.  We are a bit sad to leave the city, but this was a great move for our family to be able to have more land and more relaxing atmosphere.  Our son loves his new school which is small and personal.  His new school only has 1 grade 2 class with 15 students... 105 students in total which means much more one on one time and you actually know all the teachers and most students and parents.

I've now been contemplating what to do with this blog ;o(  Since we are no longer "Urban Homesteaders", I will most likely be starting up a fresh new blog to chronicle our move and changes (many plans) for this new home, land and adventure.  Lot's of decisions to be made now that things are settling a bit... stay tuned!

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