Hello Wyoming and the RV Lifestyle

Wyoming brought us into lonely highways lined with streams and mountains. The terrain was expanse and majestic. Rest areas were far and few between but we managed to find a place to rest a few hours overnight while it rained. The weather grew cooler with the elevation. We were excited to break out jackets for…

The Adventure Begins

Oh and what an adventure it has been. The few months before we left Texas were intense and a bit chaotic. Slow and steady we purged our belongings, organized the camper and filled up our 10×10 storage. The process of unearthing all the someday projects and various keepsakes was the most challenging task. Coming face…

Full-Time RV Traveling with Kids FAQs

In 2016 when Ryan and I first talked of such adventure as to travel full-time and road school our children, I never foresaw how our lives would transform before we even left home. In the beginning you only visualize pretty destinations and cool experiences. I am seeing this enormous change in our lives. I think…

The Biggest Mother’s Day Gift

We had already planned to go to the beach for Mother’s Day weekend at the beginning of the year. It is always a toss up when planning so far in advanced, but the weather was perfect. You have got to book this park ahead because it is the only RV park on the beach in…

Nine Months of RV Trips and a Plot Twist

We named her June Bug. Our first camper, also known as a trailer, home on wheels, or the RV. June is the month we bought our RV and Bug because we are snug as bugs in there. Ryan and I have wanted a camper ever since discovering a few traveling families on Instagram. Watch the…

Fourth of July Weekend 2021

Road trips with kids are not for the weary. Our second trip in our newly acquired recreational vehicle (RV) has been very memorable to say the least. We planned on traveling northwest to the beautiful hill country where the Guadalupe River winds through small towns and is shaded by giant cypress trees. What is normally…

Father’s Day Baptism for Nicholas

This year of 2021 has been dedicated to St. Joseph by the Catholic Church. Joseph was a big contender for the name of our first born son. It was fitting that Nicholas’ baptism fell on Father’s Day and at Mass we consecrated ourselves to Jesus’ foster father and pray to him throughout the year and…

A week of rain May 2021

Monday was rainy and not very productive. We watched shows and tried to nap here and there. We did get a big surprise brought home that I will share more about at a later date. Tuesday the girls had their last day of gymnastics. Norah wanted to wear a leotard too. We do not have…

Three weeks with Baby Brother

Yesterday we celebrated Mother’s Day with early Mass. I had to eat my cereal while nursing Nicholas in bed. I would normally get pancakes or avocado toast in bed but since we had lunch plans and Ryan signed us up to bring flowers to Mary before the start of church we needed to get out…

Preparing for baby four and home birth

I have the minivan, planned car seat and sleeping arrangements in my mind and washed all the things for a brand new baby. Now we patiently wait as I grow more sleep deprived with frequent trips to the bathroom preparing me for newborn feedings. I am almost 36 weeks pregnant and nearly full-term, which means…