It takes time to pack up a house.?? It sometimes takes longer to unpack.?? It is a good idea to label some ???priority boxes??? that you will need the first night in your new home.?? Second day items you will need, as well as first week items should also be noted.
I have seen new mothers frantically open boxes left and right looking for baby formula, and diapers.?? There are things you will need to unpack on the first night to get settled in.?? Plan ahead and save yourself some stress latter.
Common items are: tooth brush/paste, toilet paper, prescription medicine, personal hygiene, baby supplies, pet food, coffee maker/cups, pajamas, and a fresh change of clothing.?? Whatever you know you will need to unpack 1st-label it.?? Make your life a little easier, by planning ahead.
Specialty items sometimes require specialty packaging, and oversized boxes.?? Sometimes crating is needed when a cardboard box just will not do.
Note if you have anything that requires specialty box, and notify your moving company.?? The in-home estimate is the best time to go over item that require special consideration.?? Chandeliers and 8 foot sailfish, normally needs to be crated.?? Most speciality items can be packed in an over sized/triple corrugated box.?? All crafting/packaging needs to be completed before your move day.