-Written by Christina Baker Moving tends to have an emotional and even daunting reputation – especially for children. They may not like the idea of too much change at once, and it’s probably overwhelming for them. However, there are several ways a child can learn to adapt to – and even enjoy – their moving … Continue reading Five easy ways to make the moving process a positive experience for kids
-Written by Andie Millerov Whether it’s a few blocks away or across the country, moving to a new place with unfamiliar surroundings can be nerve-racking. Many adults may experience that uneasy feeling as they prepare to move and envision how they will settle in. Now, imagine that feeling from a child’s perspective. No matter your … Continue reading Eight ways to make moving with kids an experience to remember
Attention all gamers! Grab your mobile device, head to the app store of your choice, and check out the “Mini Mover Mania” game from TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®! While we are known as the “Movers Who Care®” and spend most of our time helping people move all across the country, we like to provide … Continue reading TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® enters the gaming world with “Mini Mover Mania”!
-by Anna Stephens It’s back to school season, and families are shifting into school mode after a long, relaxing summer. As we approach the fall, nerves are setting in for many students starting their first day of school. New beginnings can be scary, especially for those children who moved to a new town this summer. … Continue reading Set your kids up for success this school year with these back to school tips
-Written by Anna Stephens Moving is a daunting word for anyone who knows what it entails. However, have you considered it from the perspective of your child? Many children have difficulty with a move because of the stress they observe and the uncertainty of what’s to come. For better or worse, children are constantly listening, … Continue reading Create a positive moving experience and lift your mini-movers’ spirits
Written by: Arika Ford Our children mimic our behavior and as parents, we are their first teachers in life with a strong influence over them for many of their developmental years. The years when our children are growing and developing can be tumultuous at times, there may be many ups and downs, but it is … Continue reading Parents who are moving with kids, keep your cool
Guest blog written by Lindsey Schaibly The first day of school can be nerve-wracking, especially if you're the new kid in school. Here are some simple tips to help your kids prepare for their first day. Meet the Teachers Check if the new school offers an open house or a “Meet the Teacher” night to allow … Continue reading Tips for starting a new school