Monday 7th of May: moving day
Thanks to our preparation and a good schedule, we moved out our new office and into our new one in just one day.
We started our day with packing, packing and packing. But instead of our usual DIY solutions, we decided to go pro.
Shortly after lunch, we arrived in our new place.
And while the boys started putting our furniture back together, I went - where else - to IKEA.
One month later...
Still figuring out all those light buttons and wondering what to do with all this space.
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