Moving with Kids

• Talk to your children and explain about the upcoming international move. Pay attention to their reactions and let them ask questions.
• Include your children in making plans for the overseas move.
• Help your children learn about the new area.
• Let them help decide how their new rooms are to be arranged and decorated.
• Encourage children to exchange addresses and phone numbers with their friends.
• Have each child help pack a special box with his or her most treasured possessionsthey can even decorate the outside of the box so they can quickly identify it in your new home.
• Take a “family break” as soon as the major unpacking is done. Don’t try to do everything when you arrive.
• Parents should spend time after the international move listening to each child about new schools and new friends.
• Enroll each child in activities similar to those he or she was involved with at the old home to keep continuity.
• If your move involves suburban to rural, or vice versa, caution children about new situations they will face.

Moving a Printer
• The original packing box and material is the best choice for transport because the Styrofoam is customized to fit each printer.
• If you are moving a laser printer, remove the ink cartridge as the ink may spill and contaminate the laser engine.

What our Customers say:

We’ve finally moved into our house in Sydney and received our goods from storage. It’s been a long 5 months but very happy to be settling into our family home.

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– Sean and Kristen Miller