I think you're right. I need to decide not to decide. Yes we have torches in every single room and are well ready for another power outage etc. it's the fear of quakes as much as the actual ones coming; when they arrive we just go into drill mode and do what we need to get safe warm and fed, but the fear of jolt is ghastly and trying to get back to each other in the event of another affects many activities.
The house stuff is just a quagmire but. The insurance industry is balanced perilously so ther is a fear that they will run out of money before enough people get money, especially as their primary responsibility seems to be to their shareholders rather than to us.
Don't get me started!
I appreciate your thoughts and reminder that 16 months is still pretty early.
DH is 50 this year and as sole breadwinner with zero retirement savings we would really be pushing it o have kids much older than this and be able to provide for them!
Thank you for your support.
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