August is most popular month to have a baby. July is in close second. Why would people have babies in this heat? Science is still searching for the definitive answer (in the animal kingdom, most babies are born in spring!) Whether planned or unplanned, these hot summer months are officially “cuteness season.” Especially in California, which topped the list of states with the most births per year in 2013. That fact is unlikely to change, since our Golden State is THE most populous state by, oh, ten million people or so.
The trends don’t lie. You or someone you know is having a baby in July. Or August. Probably.
And when a baby makes three, you need to prepare. There’s a nursery to set up…and if the baby’s stuff moves in, your stuff has to move out. Babies need:
- Changing tables
- Containers for supplies
- And a whole lot of diapers
But you don’t have to sacrifice your treasured possessions! There will be plenty of other sacrifices to make when your bundle of joy arrives—sleepless nights, time waiting in the doctor’s office, and lots of money!
If that business you started doesn’t become profitable before Junior enters the world, then your spouse will probably insist you give up your home office to make way for the nursery. After all, what good are a printing press, reams of paper, and colorful ink when all your time is going to be taken up with feeding, changing, and playing with your baby? Being a mother (or father!) is a full-time job. Still, that’s no reason to let your entrepreneurial dreams die!
Don’t throw away your stuff. Instead, take all the business equipment, furniture, clothing, and supplies from that room and move them into self-storage at STORBOX. Though your private space has suffered a hostile takeover, after 18 years, who knows? You might have time to get that industry going again!
So, remember: when the stork is on its way, it’s time to call up your friendly neighborhood STORBOX at (626) 407-3439. We can help you with moving equipment (including a moving truck, if your unit is big enough!) and good advice. Plus, you’ll have access to your unit seven days a week, and don’t need the baby’s permission before swinging by to see your stuff.