So what did we get from the sellers? Honestly, it was pretty disappointing what they offered: a monetary value so that we can fix up everything we needed. But it wasn’t near how much we expected. Per the 2 very different quotes we got from 2 contractors after we went them the inspection report, we were expecting the sellers to give us at least $8,000. Instead, they offered $5000 as the final and as much as we tried to fight them on it, we decided we didn’t want to push too hard and possibly lose the house.
Today, I’m beyond excited to share with you a partnership of my dreams! You guys know that as a cervix-checking, leg holding, contraction monitoring, IV starting, pitocin pushing, baby swaddling Labor & Delivery nurse, I love my Enso Rings, and so does Caleb, as a Mechanical Engineer who is constantly using his hands to machine parts and design antennas. So naturally, it’s been such a treat working with them to create this line for all of my fellow medical professionals!
Or as Caleb likes to say… We bought a zoo! I can’t believe this home is finally ours. We knew when we signed our lease for the townhome last May, that we would like to purchase our first house within the last month or 2 of our 1-year lease. So after we paid off the wedding and honeymoon in full, we began the process of looking for our house.
After the proposal, we had to make some big decisions first and foremost. What would our budget be? On what day should we get married? Who would be in the wedding party? How many guests are we having? What kind of food should we have? Will we have alcohol at the wedding? Do we need a wedding planner? Do we need a day-of coordinator? When should I start trying on dresses?