@Dumbgurl04 @kmalls @ladythrice Its not so much wanting to be in a small town where there's nothing to do. We live in the suburbs of Austin and will always probably live close or in a bigger city for work purposes...unless we retire young haha. Its more the idea of wanting my kids to have land to roam and play, not a "neighborhood." Its wanting them exposed to taking care of farm animals in the morning before school and having real outdoor chores after. Living the "simple" life, I guess is what I'm aiming for.
I must be off @kmalls @scuba_chic @ladythrice I grew up in the suburbs of a city and love it and i'm so glad my children will get to grow up in the same way pretty much. We did visit family in a small town of Kentucky a lot while growing up and I always thought it was sooooo boring cause there was nothing to really do there. Also I don't really care for country roads because they are so hilly and curvy I get car sick very easily. Guess I'm just one of those stereotypical city girls. It's awesome though that you want to give your kids a similar experience as you did growing up.