Knowing what to expect can be difficult in any new venture. Kids who live in RVs full time with their parents learn quickly that life on the road is different than life in a sticks and bricks home. Even grandchildren who spend time traveling with their grandparents will learn the ropes of the road life.
Our kids compiled a list of what they think other kids need to know about living the road life. Here’s what they compiled:
1. They are getting along better than ever before. They’ve figured out that they are on the same team, and they’ve learned to help each other in ways we never dreamed they could.
2. They are trying new things. They’ve challenged and pushed themselves in ways we’ve never seen them do. They’ve even started eating new foods!
3. They are becoming efficient at making new friendships. Whether it be just riding bikes around a campground or playing at a playground, they’ve gained confidence in meeting new kids and forging new friendships.
Looking for more information about the RV life? We discuss traveling with kids and much more in our course for RVers. Check it out here!