Our little baby girl is going to be turning 13 soon. It’s been hitting us hard that we only have a short while before she hits another milestone of turning 18. Parenting is one of those things that ya just never fully get the hang of. Always learning and adapting. There are lows and there are highs. One of those highs for us is taking our kids traveling throughout SE Asia for almost six months while world schooling and remote working. L (our almost 13 year old) thinks we ruined her life because we took her away from friends and ‘normal’ school. I’m fine with that. I can’t be mad at her for feeling this way because her perspective is limited. I know her feelings are temporary and a reaction to missing her friends. I told her she’s allowed to feel upset, it’s normal. But I’m raising her with her future self in mind. I might have gotten an eye roll or two, but whatever, she knows we love her.
Hold on tight, it’s a wild adventure ahead!
Late night pho bo snack from the street vendor around the corner. Traditionally, pho is a breakfast meal but that didn’t stop us from eating it for lunch and dinner or a late night snack.
Just your average market run in Phuket.
Travel thoughts from the road // The idea is that we would live like we are all in this together because we are in fact, all in this together.