It’s Your Turn–Ask Your Questions!

Periodically we give a talk–usually Steve, on occasion Steve and Christy together–about our mission and lifestyle. Always we are available after events to chat with people. And you know what people everywhere are full of?


We love your questions, and we love answering them. In fact, we love answering your questions so much that we’re going to write blog posts, take pictures, and even make videos just to answer those questions.

Since you are our loyal readers, we want to answerΒ your questions first.

Questions about full-time RVing? This family of 10 on a music mission will answer any questions you've got...almost.

So ask away!

There is no question too big, too small, too weird, too personal, too anything…and if it is, we’ll quietly delete it and not take offense. Grin! Seriously, nobody has stumped us yet, so go ahead and ask us–what do you want to know about our mission, family, and lifestyle? Laundry? Cooking? Camping gear? Guitar brand? Roadschooling? Traveling with cats? Medical? Crohn’s? Pregnancy while traveling? Braces on the road? Why we don’t get a bigger trailer? Why Emily is wearing a giant coffee filter on her head?

Leave your questions in the comment section below or send us an email. We can’t wait to hear what you come up with!


  1. Dani K.

    You have been doing this for a long time now. What has gotten easier? What has gotten more difficult?

    1. Hmmm…we’ll have to give that one some thought. We haven’t been asked that before! Great question!

  2. Terey Bieger

    1. How many times do you have to stop and use the facilities, ( hey its legit 10 people) πŸ™‚
    2. How much gas does the Bagovan use in a year,
    3. How many flats have you had ( i remember a few and pics of steve fixing..
    4. How many snakes have you come across ..
    5. Do the girls talk about boyfriends?
    6. Who cooks the best ? Besides mom
    7. What games do you play monopoly, bingo etc
    8. And last but not least why is Emily wearing a coffee filter on her head 😊
    Blessings and safe travels

    1. Hi Terey! Nice to hear from you!

      Thanks for all the great questions! I can answer number eight right now–it’s our version of a party hat. πŸ™‚

  3. Maintaining friendships outside of the family

    1. Good questions. A lot of people wonder that. We will address that soon in a post. Thank you for sharing your question.

  4. What are your best tips for giving people some quiet/alone time when they need some “space” when you are all together in close quarters all the time?

    1. Great question. We’ll be addressing this soon. Thank you so much!

  5. Barry

    We’re a family with 4 littles and live in a comparatively MASSIVE 1,300 sq. ft. home, yet still find it difficult to have uninterrupted and focused mommy/daddy time (and I’m not referring to sex, although that would be an interesting question in itself – ha!)? I’m thinking more along the lines of how you create time and space where you can have adult conversations and interactions. How do you have the opportunity to have those times with your spouse when most parents I know (us included) are relegated to a time when kids are all in bed and parents are wiped out mentally?

    1. Yes, good question, especially in a space so small that everyone’s bedtime is pretty much the same. We’ll be addressing this topic for sure. Thanks for sharing your questions!

  6. Kym

    I’m curious about some things that others have already asked. How do you and your kids make and maintain friendships? How do you make space for alone time (for adults, and alone time for kids who need some space)? How much clothing do you actually take with you and what do you do with outgrown kids’ clothes – do you hold on to anything as hand-me-downs or do you leave it at the nearest donation dropoff?

    1. Great questions! I’ll write these up in future posts. Thank you for sharing your questions!

  7. You grabbed my interest. My questions come from the perspective of our family of 5 (half your size but bigger kids) using our similar sized RV for vacations and weekends away like for 4H competitions. We’ve pared down what we pack but it still can seem crowded in that space. I’m interested in your advice on organizing your camper and what things you consider essential.

    1. Great questions. I don’t know if it’s really possible not to feel somewhat crowded in a space that small, but definitely paring down is vital. We are getting rid of things all the time, it seems!

      We will be making some videos on how we organize various aspects of our trailer, as well as our must-haves.

      By the way, our kids are 20, 18, 16, 14, 11, 8, 5, 1–some littles, some big, some middles. πŸ™‚

  8. Theresa Atkins

    How can i order your dvds?

    1. Hi Theresa,

      Our CDs are available at Thank you for your interest!

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