08 May For the first time I am having doubts of travelling
Travelling round the world is something many people would love to do and those who don’t want to get out there seems to have the same fears: They have fear of stepping out of their comfort zone and they have fear for the unknown. But the biggest fear has to be the fear of having economy problems,not finding somewhere to live and not finding a job when getting back home.
Althought I can understand why some are having these fears, I myself never had any!
I could exchange my soul for unlimited time to travel anywhere in the world!
In early 2015 when we got home from our RTW trip I was already a few months pregnant. Even though we were expecting a baby I knew in my heart that in a few years we will be packing our backpack and leave again!
And now almost three years later we are actually leaving soon! Without revealing to much we have set a departure date! It’s very exciting and both David and I are very happy. The decision to leave came naturally without any questions asked.
But slowly, for the first time, I am starting to have fears and doubts of leaving.
The reason why I want to do this trip so bad is the same reason for why I am afraid of doing it. The reason is my daughter Mirabelle!
This time this trip is dedicated to her. It’s for her we are leaving. We want to give ourself and our time to be with her everyday, showing her the nature, wildlife and amazing places…everything the earth has to offer. Teach her and just love her endlessly!
But I am starting to have doubts! I am asking and telling myself:
“Are we being selfish? Perhaps this is more what we want and not what she needs??”
” Is it really fair to take her away from her home because children need stability!”
“We are putting her in danger by always travelling around!”
” She will be so bored sitting long hours on planes, car and buses!”
“What if she will have problems adapting when she starts school when we get home?”
“She need to socialise with other kids than her parents!!”
“She will not remember anything anyhow when we get back!”