So sorry it's been a while since my last post. All is great here and we are loving our new home. If you don't like children then you shouldn't move To this neighborhood. There seems to be at least 1-3 kids at every house (one family has 5 little ones!). Kids galore! Baby girl is in heaven. She has really bonded with the little boy who will be moving in one of the homes in front of us. When his parents come over to check the on progress on their home, they just come on over here and hang out with us while the kids play and play. He never wants to leave and baby girl never wants him to go...sweet. All of the neighbors are quite social and friendly and most of the kids will be going to the same neighborhood school in the fall. Awesome! There are also 10, yes I said 10, houses going up at the same time around us which makes things very entertaining to say the least. Our 30 day inspection went well, they will be in next week to make changes. Repairs and problems are minor we did notice that our air conditioner is not working. We were told that this could be a potential problem since it was installed in the winter. Hopefully we won't have another 90 degree day for a while so the service company can come out and fix it. The only nightmare that we've had to deal with is Verizon DSL; they have been horrible.We originally went with Comcast since FiOS isn't available out here yet but Comcast scewed up so many times and failed to show up when they said they would so...we kicked them to the curb. We have DirectTV for cable and Verizon for phone and DSL. Cable has been awesom, our internet has gone out about 5 times since we moved in. They try to come out and fix it right away but who has time to stay home and wait for them when we have to work. You can't work from home cause THERE'S NO INTERNET...GRRR! It's back up now but with an unsightly wire that runs across our front lawn. They are afraid to dig a trench right now because there are so many houses going up around us. I just have to take deep breaths because things could be worse. This week we had our lawn officially installed. When we moved in we had the temporary hay down (which was pretty unsightly) but this week, we had the soil turned over, a rock hound go through and the entire landscape smoothed and graded. Last but not least the hydro seed was applied. If the seed germinates evenly everything will look continuous and quite lovely. Right after it was applied, it rained all night and into the day...GREAT! Fingers crossed. As I type, we are having our crown and chair moulding installed in the living and dining rooms. I will post pictures after they are done. Happy building everyone!!!!