So you’ve got the babies.
Surely, any chance for travel must immediately be abandoned in exchange for a high end changing table and a child who’s face is never covered in soot.
Then again, maybe you’ve got a little experience with these aliens we call “Sushine” and realize that things are going to be messy anyway. Why not show the little tike the world while he learns his every next move.
Some people even think it’s the right thing to do. A well rounded kid who gets to see people of all colors and customs, learn how to say “Now!” in multiple languages, or just gets a new back yard every now and then to explore.
If you’ve got rug rats in tow, we’ve got a story or two to tell you the next time we bump into one another…
Interviews with Traveling Families!
Family Without Borders
Vandwelling in Europe: Interview with Here Today Vanagon Tomorrow
Salty Kisses on a Sailboat
Full-time Travel by Bicycle
The Bodeswell VW Family Travels the World in Their 1971 Volkswagen Bus
Birch & Pine: Mamas Finding Home on the Road
Exploring the Local Life
Travel the World with the Luxpats
Mali Mish Airstream
Roadschooling with The Bare Naked Family
RVHS: A Roadschooling Community
Blog Posts About Full-time Family Travel
A Brief Recollection of a Year in Mexico, or Four Seasons with Five People in a VW Bus
Young Men on the Road
Tristan is flying internationally by himself for the first time. He’s 15 and couldn’t be more excited for his arrival in Pittsburgh, PA, just before Thanksgiving. Snow and all, there is absolutely nowhere he’d rather be come tomorrow night. He packs his bag full of clothes made for a long year in the eternal summer
Our Family’s Traveling Timeline
What in the brick and mortar is a full-time traveler anyway?
Leaving Civilization to Find Family
Raising Babies on the Road
Back in the Bus
Telling Your Friends & Family You’ll be Leaving for a Life of Full-time Travel
Traveling Children and Making Friends
Eat Your Young
A Typical Day in this Traveling Life
Morning doesn’t come with an alarm clock. 7am or so typically finds itself ringing in via the sounds of my boisterous youngest son, Wylder. He’s a morning smiler and eager to crawl into our bed, a handmade contraption built by my dad in the back of our Ford van. A master bedroom if you will.
Raising a Family on the Road, Tips, Tricks and Truths
When I first began roadtripping, back in the days when I’d save my three weeks of vacation up for one long go around the country or jaunt to Europe, traveling was something altogether different from what it has become. Back then, “accommodations” meant the back of a car or a tent or maybe a $15
Interview with Sara Janssen
Families on the Road
Riding in Buses with Family
What is it Like Living in an RV?
A little bit about what it’s like to live in such a small home, from finding space for ourselves to keeping it clean to finding time for the adulting.
Riding American Rails, Part 4: Of A Homeward Persuasion
The season of mashed potato sandwich leftovers and reminiscing over family dinners is two hours away from being past tense. Only moments ago we finished quite the dinner with the Zabielski’s, Tristans favorite grandparents with a Pittsburgh address. The Church Brew Works, an historic landmark and former Catholic church turned brewery/eatery, was kind enough to
Riding American Rails, Part 2: Into the Texan Dark
Our time in Austin was often spent with friends quick to remind us that the liberally progressive city was an oasis in the great conservative state of Texas. Now that we share our dinner tables and the sightseeing lounge with those from all over this state I can much more clearly see the Republican colors
Riding American Rails, Part 1: Off to a Start
It was a 7am wakeup call which lead us into the Austin morning. A final breakfast shared as a whole family before the boys would leave their sweet woman to embark on a crossing of countries, a ride aboard a double decker Amtrak car which would carry them into the frigid northlands of Chicago and