Moving with Children
- Aggressive behavior
- Loss of sleep
- Poor results in studies.
- Other behavioral changes.
- Do not throw any toy and kid related item during the move, they might have emotional links to them.
- Let them see and adjust and accept the new community and consent to the move, before you actually move or plan your move.
- Encourage them to be honest and upfront about their feelings.
- Re-assure them that existing friends and relatives will stay in contact.
- Do not rush unto packing or unpacking and neglect your kids. Be wise to spend your time with them in this rush, a family get together at a restaurant may be a wise thing to do.
- Check your kids progress in school and try to talk to them and understand if there are any issues they are facing in school.
- Doing outdoor recreational activities more often and on weekend (swimming,football lessons, hiking to name a few), buy them some new sport gear will also help them get focused on recreational activities.
Melbourne City Mover’s recommendations are based on experience and lessons learnt over time, and compiled to guide the in-experienced movers to understand and take some extra care for their kids. There are many other things to consider, which may not be possible within the scope of this short guide, so please consider your move very thoughtfully each time.
Thanks for the read and do not forget to get in touch with Melbourne city Movers if you need any more assistance.