By Matt BresnahanPublished November 17, 2016 9:00AMJaguars owner Andrew Lichtman is taking his smartphone to the bedroom to be placed on the wall and his new wife Jennifer is getting ready to move it into her new home in Miami.
The Lichtmans recently announced that they will be moving to a new apartment on their 5,600 square-foot home in the Miami suburb of Miami-Dade.
They were among the first in the country to sign a lease with the building, and now they are taking it all the way to the end of the year.
“We really like our place and love the location, and we’re moving it into our house,” Lichtmen said in a statement.
“We’re excited about it.
It’s going to be a beautiful place.
The plan is for the house to be our living room and the bedroom, and that will be our dining room.”
The Lothmans bought their home in 2015 and have lived in it ever since.
They moved into a bigger house in Miami, a two-story condo in Miami Gardens and a 1,800 square-mile condo in Fort Lauderdale.
The couple also owns an apartment in West Palm Beach, Florida, and an apartment on the west coast.
The new move will be the first for the Lichtmans since moving to the condo.
Jennifer Lichtmann said her new condo is on the same block as the Lothmans’ house and that she will be able to take her phone to the kitchen and use the restroom there.
She said the move will bring some of the convenience that her new apartment offers.
“I think it’s a lot easier for people to find places to stay, to go out to dinner, to grab something to eat, than to come into the house,” she said.
“It’s not the same place that we used to have.”
The new location will also allow them to have more privacy in their home, as they will now be able set a schedule of times and times for their family and friends to visit.
They said they will also be able bring their son to play video games and watch movies, and they will even have a TV in the living room.
Jennifer said she and her husband would like to move into the new condo and move out of the house, but that their family still loves their apartment.
She added that she is still very happy in the condo and is excited to see what the new home will bring.
“The whole thing is just perfect,” she told the Associated Press.
“My husband and I both love it.
I’m happy to be in it, and I’m not leaving.”
For the Littmans, the move into their new home is a dream come true.
They have been the only couple living in the same home in South Florida for over a decade, but after more than a year of living in a two bedroom condo in their new condo, the Lithemans were able to find a more spacious house for their son and family.
The condo is owned by the Lithmans’ sister, and Jennifer Littmann said they are very excited about getting to move in with their new family.
“It’s a really cool opportunity,” she explained.
“I think that our home is just so beautiful, it’s so special.
It has a really nice view of the ocean, and there’s so much space to play.
There’s so many different things that you can do there.”
Jennifer Licht manning the door of the new apartment.
Jennifer and her son are also moving into a new condo.
They recently signed a lease for their new 5,400 square-acre condo in the suburb of Marietta.
The apartment, which is the second most expensive in Miami-Fort Lauderdale, will be on the first floor.
Jennifer’s son, Josh, will stay in the basement apartment with his parents and will also move into his mother’s condo.
The two will be renting a bedroom on the ground floor, with an upstairs balcony and balcony patio, and a basement bedroom with a balcony.
Josh, whose birthday is in January, will have his own balcony overlooking the sea.
Jennifer also said that she plans to have a few friends over and that the two will also rent an outdoor kitchenette.
Jennifer, who said she is a big believer in living with others, said she thinks the new move is a great way to make friends and get closer to her son.
“Josh is so outgoing, and so outgoing.
I think he’s a great kid,” she added.
“But I think it will be great for the kids to play outside and have a backyard, and then come back and play together.”
Jennifer and Josh will have a great time playing with the other kids in the house.
Jennifer says she also plans to visit her son at a few different parks, and she said that it will help her