Having children doesn’t have to limit our adventures. If given the chance, our children will out-do us with their curiosity and flexibility every time.
Our son Caspian was born in December 2016, and he doesn’t know anything other than life on the road. Every person is a friend he hasn’t met yet. He doesn’t know a stranger. He is brimming with curiosity and always up for something new.
RV travel with Caspian sometimes requires extra planning. And it definitely cuts into that hot nightlife we used to have. But overall, his presence in our family encourages us to slow down, savor the little things, and laugh often.
If you are wondering about RV life with kids, I definitely encourage you to give it a try. Here’s a bit of what it can look like.
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