Bedtime went pretty well. Other than the new rooms, I tried to keep it as close to the way it was before to make the transition easy. While Daddy kept running up the stairs to get nighttime essentials that we forgot to bring down in the first place, the kids and I read 2 books in Corgan's room, then I rocked both kids through one song from Rockabye's Smashing Pumpkins CD. Corgan laid down in his crib with his blankies, and Annabelle and I were off to her new room to put her in bed. She did pretty well too, except that she calmly explained to me that she didn't want to sleep in her new bed, she wanted to sleep in her sleeping bag on the floor. I guess after 5 months of sleeping in a tent in the living room, she's gotten used to the hard floor. She told me that on Tuesday she'll sleep in her new bed and that I shouldn't be sad. The whole "Tuesday" thing definitely made me smile. I conceded and set up her sleeping bag in the middle of the floor, then we went through her nighttime routine (prayers, "La Lechuza" while scratching her back, and kisses) and she is now down for the night too.
Our bed is all made and waiting for us too! We still don't have the bed frame, but we have the mattresses, complete with sheets and our new king-size pillows. I tested it out, and I can't wait to cuddle up on our new cloud we call a bed!
P.S. Tonight after prayers, Annabelle asked what "Amen" means. I told her it means "I love you God, and I'm done talking now." Does anyone have a better definition? :)