We lived in our apartment for almost seven years - moved in when our oldest was a few months old - until we finally bought a house. The kids were so excited to finally have a yard! The last day before we moved, I lined them all up at the door to take a picture on our way out. And again at the elevator, and in the lobby.
The first thing that's done when moving in to a new place, according to Jewish tradition, is to hang a mezuzah on the doorpost. It's a case that has a scroll with a certain paragraph from the Torah in it, as a symbol that G-d is in this room (we have one on every room in the house except the bathrooms).
Unpacking took a while, so the kids got to play on the boxes and furniture while it was still lying around.
Elements from 15 kits by Alexis Design Studio, Blue Heart Scraps, Scrappin' Serenity, Down This Road Designs, Jumpstart Designs, Janet Scott, Melo Vrijhof, and River Rose.