one.

Week one has come and gone.  It was a good week.  A really good week.  We had a few bumps in the road, but nothing that couldn’t be fixed.  We are continuing to build our “we gotta get this or do that” list if we go full time.  It has been a great learning experience so far and very eye opening on how LITTLE we need for the day to day.  The kids have been adjusting great.  Wyatt is such a laid back baby – as long as he has food he could care less about the rest of his environment.  He thinks that running from one end of the camper to the other is about the coolest thing in the world and just giggles the whole time as he does his Frankenstein wobble run.  Corbin is having a BLAST.  He talks about living in the camper and has actually gotten upset the last couple of times I had to run home to grab things forgotten.  He even refused to get out of the car and go in the house on the last trip and asked to me to please go back to the camper.  I think it is safe to say he is sold on the concept.  Andrew and I are still adjusting.  Obviously, it is a much bigger lifestyle change for us than it will be for the littles.  Andrew’s commute has been a touch longer while mine is actually shorter.  We are learning new routines that work for us in the camper as opposed to what was working at home.  It has been fun though, we are just continuing life as normal.  We took a field trip to Nannie’s house one to day to go swimming, had play dates with friends, and Andrews parents, Nana and Pa, came to visit us.  The only thing that has changed is the roof over our head….and we still have a roof over our heads!  For that, we are blessed.

PicMonkey Collage

PicMonkey Collage

XO,

j

 

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  1. We are proud of y’all for doing the camper thing. In the end we know you will find that acreage of land you want to call home and build your Barndominium to raise your family. Love you to the moon & back. Nana & Pa

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