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Old 09-18-2014, 02:02 PM   #15
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I know of a military family with small children that spent a year in a 5th wheel... she wrote a blog.... Crowded Camperâ„¢ - A mom's life in a Crowded Camper
Start at the beginning for a great read... I believe she has a book out now and will have a 2nd one soon.... I believe she would be open about questions and would respond... she is also a member of iRV2 also, I believe...
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If my kids were teens or near teens, I would not do it. That's the time they need stability in their lives and a time of developing social graces, which are best accomplished around people they know well. Our family moved after one son was off to college and one was close. As a result of our move the second did not get to attend the college of his choice and had to attend two different high schools. Also the third son had to attend two high schools because we then moved from rental to purchased home. Of course they metnew people and settled into a new routine, but why complicate their lives. Being a teen is hard enough.
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