As Dora would say, "We did it! ¡Lo hicimos!"
It was a long, busy, tiring day, but so far, I'm feeling very happy with the decision. I learned to enjoy being the only adult in the house, but the truth is that I prefer the companionship of other grown-ups. On the productivity side, it was novel and nice that even with three toddlers around, CV (the roommate's Official Name) and I were able to get some unpacking done and get dinner cooked. On the emotional stability side, the presence of another adult keeps my temper in check; it's amazing how simply knowing that someone else understands just how much I don't feel like reading that book again can make me relax a bit. Also, it's more fun to eat dinner when you have someone to chat with and more fun to watch TV when someone hears your comments.
There's still much left to do. A fair amount of non-essential stuff is still at my condo, some of it for staging purposes, some of it to be removed before the staging can happen. Riley was up a couple of times in the night, ostensibly because he couldn't find his lovey, but I think more just to be reassured that this new place was where he was supposed to be and that I was there, too. Unpacking must be done. Things must find their places. Routines need to fall into place. And oh, yeah, my condo needs to sell, which means that it first needs to get listed.
But this is a Good Thing, I can tell already. It just feels right.