Haru In Our Lives

Haru is very much loved by her two human sisters.  Sherilyn now sleeps early so that she could wake up by 7am to feed Haru.  And Cass would pacify Haru whenever she craves for attention – she would place Haru on her lap while she practises the piano or does her stuff on the computer. And never in my life had I ever imagined that I would be litter training a kitten and cleaning up cat litter as I’d never ever had the intention of having a cat as a pet 😁.

Even Alycia is trying her best to overcome her Ailurophobia (cat phobia) so that she could live at ease with having a cat in the house.  She’s been strongly influenced by her cat loving best friend and sisters to at least overcome her fear of cats before starting to love Haru. It’s tough for her but she’s trying really hard. Today she mustered all her courage to lift up Haru when she cried for attention – but not without a thick cloth before touching Haru 🤣

Cass has now learnt the art of multi-tasking with one hand holding Haru and another fixing Haru’s milk for bottle feeding.

There was so much drama from Alycia when she tried lifting Haru for the first time today, with a towel. There were so much shrieks and screams, jumping and running away, as if she was trying to touch a rat or cockroach 😆

Haru has definitely brought a lot of joy and laughter to our family and the sisters are getting closer to each other because of Haru the rescued stray kitten 🥰

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How to Choose the Perfect Family Home

Choosing the perfect family home is no simple or easy task. When it comes to your family, you want the very best for them, and there are many different factors to consider. This decision can be extremely overwhelming, and it can be hard to know exactly where to start. In this guide, we will delve into some of the ways you can make this difficult choice and find the right home for you and your family.

Find the Right Location First
Finding the right location for your family to move to is essential. In fact, this is usually the very first step. Choosing the right location for your home involves considering a lot of different factors. Do you want to be close enough to visit other family members? If you have children, what schools do you want to be close to?
If your children are old enough to already be at school, do you want to stay close to the same school or would you prefer for them to move schools? Bear in mind, if your children are happy where they are and have close friends, you could find the perfect house and they are still likely to be very unhappy if they have to leave their friends behind.

Choose the Right Number of Rooms
The number of rooms is a very important factor when choosing a house. If you have children, or are planning to in the future, you will need more rooms than if you were simply moving with your partner and nobody else. While children may be happy to share bedrooms at a very young age, they will most likely not like this when they are older!

As well as bedrooms, consider other rooms that may be useful or necessary. For example, how many bathrooms do you need? Larger families may struggle with only one bathroom, especially when it comes to having to take turns in the shower in the mornings.

Whatever your needs when it comes to rooms, estate agents like robertoandco.com will be able to help you to find the property that you are looking for.

Consider Garden Space
Gardens are not important for everybody. Some people do not need outdoor space, yet for others it is vital. If you have children who want to play outside in the summer, a pet, or you just love having barbecues out in the yard at summer, a nice garden may be a dealbreaker when it comes to choosing the right place. Another factor to consider is how much maintenance a garden requires.

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Consider Budget
Of course, you will need to consider your budget. Take into account how much your current house is worth and what you might make from selling it, what your income may be if you move to a new job (what kind of job opportunities are there in the area, for example?), and how much money you want left over after you have paid rent or mortgage payments each month.

Choosing a house at the right budget can be a balancing act. A nicer house may be more expensive and leave you little left over for luxuries or things like holidays, whereas a cheaper place may not be as comfortable for family life.

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