Bow Chicka Wow Wow

Yep, you guessed it. I’ll be covering adult time in this post which I get asked about often. I’m just going to lay it out for you now.

An Amazing Floorplan is crucial

Our Jayco NorthPoint 375BHFS has an amazing floor plan.

Jayco NorthPoint 375BHFS

As you can see by the image above, the kids’ bunk room is on the other end of the RV. While it’s not exactly the same as being on the other end of the house, it DOES help that we have 2 doors separated by living space.

One of the big issues with RV’s is the rocking. Even with the two landing gear and four more stability legs the rig can get shaky when kids are jumping around or if we’re doing laundry. We have added a king pin stabilizer which has really helped with the shaking especially with the washer/dryer in the nose of the RV.

Doing lots of laundry?

Sometimes late at night when the kids are supposed to be sleeping they may notice some shaking in the RV. Well, we were just doing lots of laundry. *wink*

Privacy for kids

Our oldest is 12 and we installed a large wooden rod and I used an old window curtain I made for their room in the old house. We stained the rod to match the darker wood in the RV.

Our other two kiddos haven’t decided yet if they want their own privacy shades, but I’m sure it will eventually happen.

In short, living in an RV means having less privacy, but it also doesn’t mean that everything has to be done all out in the open either.