The sellers did not accept our offer for the home or counter offer. Odd. Annoying. All of the above. We were hoping they would counter for the full price of the home and help with the closing cost. I guess not. Now I don’t even want the home. Matt said I seem bitter about the whole situation. Me, bitter? No. (yes). More annoyed, then bitter. Matt said that this is a learning experience and we learned to not get too excited about a house that we put an offer on. (Not get excited about the single biggest investment of our life. Sounds impossible.) Matt is so good with these kind of situations and so calm. He was even calm when it came to deciding on the offer and faxing the offer over. I on the other hand, had sweat dripping down my pits and a knot in my stomach. I just kept thinking, “Wow, this is going to be all our money. No more random shopping trips. Good hair products. Dinner dates with the girls.” Scary. But then again, we want a family and in order to have a family I have to kiss the one bedroom apartment goodbye. So goodbye apartment and let the house hunting continue.