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Posted by Patience on August 25, 2009 at 7:00 AM in Kids Around the World
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Jen posted about this amazing family who took a trip around the world. It made me think of my on-line friend Chris and her family who are just beginning their own adventure across North America. I am in total awe of these folks. I think they are giving their kids a tremendous gift.

I had a hard time just coming up with a picture to represent adventure for this post. While we are definitely having our own adventures, they aren't exactly requiring passports, yet. I don't know if we will ever quit our jobs, save and travel with 4 kids around the world exactly but I would like to do something adventurous together.

Can you imagine your family doing these kinds of things? Do you have a longing to see a particular beautiful place together? Where would you go? What holds you back from leading a life like this?


Jess writes...

I keep dreaming about a day when my boys are a little older and I can take a whole summer to tour the country with them. Maybe in an RV? Maybe just in our car?

Teresa writes...

I just got back from another stay in Vietnam (3 months this time) and must say that taking the kids abroad is difficult and destroys the budget for a bit, but it is worth everything. We've grown together as a family and the kids have learned more than I ever thought possible.

Just do it. :)


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