Preparing To Move Into Our RV

We tore out the carpeting in the doorway and also the old linoleum.
Our Daddy putting in the new linoleum.

The boys helping...or being silly!

The old window treatments.  Very 1990's mauve, plum and green.
After spray painting the window treatments in the master bedroom (as I like to call it)

What is my 14 year old doing behind the wheel?
Daddy says he's got to learn sooner or later. (Mommy's heart beating wildly at this moment!)

Getting ready to pull out of the driveway on our maiden voyage!

Here we are in our "rig"! :)
A lot of work had to be done on the RV to get us ready to move in.  And I could not live with those colors!

 I hope you enjoyed the pictures and I will be posting more and writing about the 
things we are learning while we become a full time traveling family.  

God is going to grow us and stretch us and I look forward to sharing the good times and trials with you.  
I hope you will follow us on this journey!

Have you ever lived in an RV?
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Rosevine Cottage Girls said...

Loved your post.

We are sent from Deep Roots at Home.

Niki French said...

Thank you so much for stopping by and letting me know you were here! Blessings!

Linda said...

How exciting! I have goosebumps reading your post, anticipating your journeys :) I have always thought it would be so cool to hit the road as a homeschooling family.

Years ago we lived in a 30-foot 5th wheel for 6 months with only 2 small children not yet school age. And it was parked, not on the move.
We have many wonderful memories, and some funny stories to share from those days.

Enjoy your travels!

Niki French said...

Thanks for visiting, Linda, and leaving a note for me and my readers! We, too, have lived in an RV before. It was stationary and we had 3 small children under the age of 8.

We have also traveled during the summer months for our children's ministry in a 30 ft Class C motor home. (

It is different in many ways this time. I hope you will come back and visit to find out how!

Have a blessed evening!

The Mama Behind the Story said...

So totally cool, Niki!!! I look forward to following your journey. :)