Last night was a blur of cheering, talking and food of all kinds. I don’t know when I got to bed, how I got to bed, or who it was that was crying. I snapped out of and remembered Coralia would need her diaper changed or need food or maybe just a hug. I walked over to her crib and picked her up, her diaper was not smelly and she was not crying anymore she clearly just needed to be in my arms. I let her sit there for a few minutes while she fell asleep again before trying to put her down again, just then she woke up and was crying the moment she left my grasp I picked her up and walked over to my bed, slipped under the covers and rocked little Coralia in my arms as I too fell asleep once more.
I woke once more to crying but Coralia was still in my arms and she stank so now it was the diaper, I slipped back out of a bad and carried Coralia to the change table where I did the duties I had to do. What a pleasant thing to start your day but today was exciting it was the moving day, there really wasn’t much to move since our rooms were perfectly replicated to the new house. Magic is really helpful that way. I know I told everyone that yesterday was the day we would do it but we got caught up in conversation so we decided to do it today when we could do it slowly.
I got Coralia and I ,ready for the day before meeting Venella and the girls in the front entrance. Tina had a doll in her hand that was a gift from Ziffia a few days ago and Elinor had her sewing supplies. Together we walked down the path to see our new house, the paint was gold and white and it was a theme throughout the whole house. All the new statues and pillars were shiny and bright. All day we explored the many rooms including guest rooms, dining halls, Practice rooms and many more amazing creations. We finally made it to the second floor where there were four bedrooms. The first one was Elinor’s rooms and across from her room was both Tina’s and the room that would be Coralia’s when she was older. At the end of the hall was the master bedroom. This room was not a complete replica of my room or Venella’s room but more like a hybrid of the two. In the center of the room there was a large red bed with douves the size of mountains. As the girls explored the house some more, I placed Coralia down in her new crib before returning to Venella at the side of the bed.
“Three,” I said.
“Two ,’ she said.
“One!” we shouted and laughed as we jumped and hit the massive bed before the girls came running in and jumped on the bed with us. Elinor grabbed Coralia and we laid together laughing as we were so excited for this new adventure.