fulltime rv living, Mom life, Rv life

My journey to full time RV

Hey everyone,

It’s the new trend going around these days, I’m talking about selling it all and living life on the road. Have you heard about full time Rving? Pretty much all over pinterest, and if you haven’t heard them you’re missing out! I know some people might think I’m completely crazy, and well they might be right I’m ready to join the rest of y’all and live life on the road. I’ve always loved being outdoors, pretty much always up for an adventure. Growing up we used to camp all the time, and I absolutely loved it. Having two younger kids myself , I’m excited to share my love for adventure with them at a young age. I’m going to share out experience, how were doing it, cost, and the dirty side of things.

Starting out we are joing my parents, who happen to be doing full time rving themselves. We are thankful to have this opportunity, and learn different tricks they have. They have been camping for many years, and decided to take the jump and go fulltime. They just got rid of everything at home, and our leasing out their home. My kids and I will be camping with them at the one and only… drum role please…. DISNEY WORLD!!!! it’s a dream come true, now if you’re not a Disney junkie like we our you won’t understand it, however those of you who are a Disney junkie you are probably jumping up and down for me while reading this!

I can’t wait to share with y’all or adventure at Disneys Fort wilderness campground. Fun fact about this campground is, I grew up camping here and now I get to do the same with my kids 🙂 If you have never camped here, you’re missing out. There’s much to see and do without going to the theme parks. We will only be going for one week during our two month stay. However, don’t worry, we will have so much other things that we will be doing and Sharing with y’all.

I have a lot to catch y’all up on, I can’t believe we have been here for 3 weeks so far! They say time goes by faster when you’re having fun. Well they are surely right about that. So let’s get y’all all caught up on our RV life for the past three weeks! We started out in Norfolk, where my kids and I flew to Orlando. My parents were already at the campground all set up, waiting on us. Our flight was quick, which I’m very thankful for traveling alone with a 4 and 7 year old.

We arrived to Orland international and got on the Mmagical Express 🙂 what better way to start you’re Disney vacation than riding on the diseyes bus. My kids and myself were so excited, we boarded the bus and sat back watched a Disney movie and enjoyed the ride to the happiest place on earth!

When we arrived at the campground we got on a Disney bus that takes you into the campground. My parents were happily waiting on us at the bus stop. Side note, we don’t currently live in the same state as them so you can imagine our excitement seeing them. We arrived late, and were starving. We hopped on a bus and went to one of the restaurants, we had a quick bite to eat and then headed over to the beach/ marina to catch the fireworks from the magic kingdom. Talk about a warm welcome 🙂

after the fireworks, we headed to the pool for a late night swim. We had the pool all to ourselves! What a great way to start our trip. As you can imagine we were completely exhausted from the trip and slept very well that night.

Day 1! My sister was flying in, we were having a girls trip this weekend for her wedding. She got in very early! Like 6 am early!!! We went on a walk to the beach and had some sister catching up time while everyone else was sleeping.

We had breakfast, and some much needed girl talks 🙂

There was so much excitement, things to see, new palaces to explore. We got the kids up and fed, then we hit the floor running. Were off to the pool. Good thing about Florida is it’s pool weather year round. My kids ware so excited to go swimming. They have a splash pad and slides at the pool, they are little fish and love the water. We had a full day playing, and relaxing under the sun. We headed back to the camper for some dinner, and then went to the famous chip and dale campfire sing a long. I remember this from when I was a little girl. I’ve always loved going to the campfire and roasting s’mores!! Idk about you, but this girl loves her s’mores.

It was a successful first day. The next 3 days were for my sisters girls weekend, she’s getting married next month!!! My dad kept my kids for me. For the girls trip we stayed at Disney’s Bay lake towers. One of my favorite resorts. I won’t go into to much about girls weekend, however we had so much fun and laughs.

I’ll catch y’all up on the crazies of the hurricane, and the evacuation on the next post! Until then goodnight y’all!