BEING a larger family shouldn't make you fearful of life on the road, according to one adventurous mom of five.
Her sizable RV household – which includes three pet rats – has plenty of room for everyone's personal space.
This crew takes the scenic – and spacious route seriously.
Jess (@family.of.nomads) an advocate of nomad parenting who believes that the biggest lessons in life can be learned by living them, invited followers to "come tour our camper."
The homeschooling parent explained that she and her extensive brood have been exploring the country for the past two years.
She also shared how their wow-factor home on wheels – a Heartland Cyclone 4014C – has everything she and her family need.
"We pretty much have all the comforts that you would have in a traditional home," she said of their cozy on-the-road residence.
Stretched out on sofas with one child on a beanie chair watching TV, it certainly seemed that the kids were enjoying their luxe RV living.
"Grace is 11and sleeps on the top bunk. TJ is nine and sleeps on the bottom," told the traveling mom of their accommodations in the bank of the camper.
Also sharing the room were the other members of the mobile family – their three pet rats.
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She also gave a peek at the camper children's half bathroom.
A staircase leading to a very teenager-inspired loft is where her 14-year-old daughter resides.
As Jess explained about the special space: "This bunk room is a major reason why we love this camper so much because there's so much room for the kids."
One fan of the adventure-seeking family was jealous of their life on the road: "Great idea, get to travel and see the world, an awesome lifestyle! Wish my parents did something like this!"
Upon seeing the spacious living space another follower joked: "Can you accept one more?"
As she continued the tour, a communal bathroom – which could be found up the stairs in the front of the camper- housed the shared shower.
The most likely always-busy bathroom was also connected to the master bedroom and perhaps the most coveted parts of the home – a walk-in closet – and a washer and dryer.
Some RV tour watchers were left curious about life on the road with the youngest members of the family.
"What about school for the kids or do you home-school?" one such viewer asked.
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"Their classes are online," Jess explained about how they balance school – and travel life.
"But what about when the kids get older? No privacy?" a concerned viewer pondered as she thought ahead to the future.
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