One of my goals in life (my husband’s too) was to get a trailer and travel around North America full time with our children. This past Friday we managed to get one step closer to our dream. After years of researching, saving and waiting for the right time, we finally brought home our trailer!
We decided to get this particular trailer because it had the features and space we were looking for our three children and any relatives or friends who wanted to hop on. The problem was Daddy and I had never had a trailer before, nor had either of us pulled a trailer. We realized that maybe pulling a 35 foot trailer for our first time might not have been the best idea! It was a stressful ride for the first 45mins or so, but we soon realized that Daddy was a natural…a real pro!
It was smooth towing the rest of the way home!
We had some very excited children greeting us when we pulled up. We were all really excited to camp out but knew it was still too cold to add water to the pipes. We did hook up the electric, and get the propane furnace going…it was nice and cozy! Later in the evening we closed it up and went to bed in hopes that Saturday would bring us warmer weather. Instead we woke up to snow!
However, Sunday turned out to be a lot warmer so we decided to practice camping in the backyard!
We made a campfire and roasted hotdogs and marshmallows…
Daddy roasted a hotdog for Mummy….it was so romantic!
The Milk Monkey loved sitting by the fire…he even napped at one point, all cozy and content in his stroller while his siblings ran around collecting twigs and sticks to keep the blaze going.
Later in the afternoon it started to cool off so we took to the trailer with the heater keeping us toasty warm. The kids played and tried out the new beds and all the seating, they eventually watched a movie while Daddy and I worked on a jigsaw puzzle.
The day was so relaxing and magical. We all spent it with huge grins on our faces as we were transported to some far off campground, our backyard gradually disappearing. We were blessed to have a small glimpse at what our future holds for our family.