I know how that is! It wasn't the looking for a house that wore me out, it was the paperwork. And my mortgage broker constantly calling me and asking for this statement, or this piece of paperwork, and could I fax this over, or could I meet in person to sign these last three things, etc. etc.
But, it's nice once it's all over... The only thing that is a bummer is when something breaks or gets old, YOU HAVE TO DO SOMETHING!!! Haha, just recently I had some issues with a section of siding outside, I went to replace just this 1x6 panel and ended up having to replace a huge section of plywood and joist and then reside and paint that section. Next I have to buy a new fence, and my choices are build one for around 800 dollars, or pay someone to build it for 2500. Ugh.
But it is a blessing, and knowing that my kid will grow up in a house instead of an apartment is worth it. I grew up in apartments and I always hated moving day, not being able to have pets, etc.