Hello ladies..... Pls answer with your experience.... Is shifting a home easier in the 7th month of pregnancy or with a 4-5 month old kiddo?

P.S. no such problem with the current house...it's just that I have got a very good furnished flat in almost the same amount of rent that I am paying as of now...

Move now
Later u will have so much more stuff to shift plus ur babies timings to feed sleep etc
Now u can buy baby furniture toys etc as per rooms in the new home.

Agree with Dr payal. ..its more easier now with pregnancy. ..

It's better u shift now as u will have some breathing time, but later with baby it's really difficult

Will it not be risky? In the 7th month.....moving stuff and all.?

Hey get help u should not carry heavy stuff... Look for good packers and movers

I got shifted to my new house in the start of 9th month of my pregnancy.. so it's better you move now as it's more easier n you will be less tired.. it's more comfortable now as after having baby you will not get much time..

Now, but do get help from family and friends.

Shift now. We moved my mom's; home just a week back and that too at quite a far distance and with me participating equally. Though we hired people to do it. We shifted in 2 shifts as it was difficult for us to move entirely at once. Took time but was easier on us in terms of tiredness and efforts as we were all women and my husband could only make time on a weekend but we did it. Plan properly and it will be easy. Whichever way suits you. I dont think after the kid it will be advisable as all said.
Tkcr and go for it

As long as your are not shifting things all by yourself and taking help, it's advisable to shift now. You can adapt to your new environment before the baby's here. That way you'll also know you're way around the area.. make friends. Basically familiarize yourself with the new place

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