Cabin Fever

We’ve just had our first weekend escapade in Wallabee.

We stayed at a camp ground in Sorento, where we were rained in.

My better half went fishing with friends at the crack of dawn. That left me to entertain two hyperactive one-year old’s and their fiesty big sister – in 17 square meters of space.

Two words to describe it. Cabin Fever.

We were joined by three of our friend’s children who were camping nearby. Luckily I brought along an iPad.

We survived the weekend. Just.

So we’re planning to do this for a whole year? With three kids?

What are we thinking?

11 Comments Add yours

  1. greentwine says:

    omg sonia! classic. i think that life on the road with kids IS fun….UNTIL it rains
    all you need to do is plan your trip around the seasons

    1. That excludes Melbourne then πŸ™‚

  2. Jacque Lambrechtsen says:

    hehe, you need an annex or just put the kids in the rain to play in the puddles!! love jacque

    1. We’ve got one. We need to learn how to put it up xx

  3. Rod says:

    Your airstream looks amazing …. & the Nissan tows it fine ? Is the door on the rhs a problem ? Hope to see you on the road one day !! ……..cheers Rod

    1. Yes our Nissan pathfinder is doing a great job. She weighs 2700 kg – about 300kg under our towing capacity.

    2. No problem so far with the RHS door. Hope to see you on the road oneday soon too!

  4. Judy says:

    looks like a pre school, I thought the ipad was for your entertainment (heavens knows when) but I now see it keeps the young ones amused,

    1. Next time I need to take playDoh!

  5. I just came across your blog randomly and I have to say it’s awesome! You look like you have a beautiful family and photographs you take are so great…they really capture the moment and you can see the job, happiness and energy in each shot. This trip you are doing sounds like a great family adventure. Keep up the good work and I look forward to staying updated with you guys! πŸ™‚ Janet

    1. Thanks so much Janet,
      My kids are probably the cheekiest and most energetic you could meet! Like most children they spend a lot of time trying my patience, but they’re generally a happy, crazy bunch and I really love trying to capture some of the more joyous moments.
      Its certainly proving to be a test so far, but an adventure none-the-less. Thanks so much for following along. Sonia

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