SCHOOL BUS CONVERSION for Pregnant Family

SCHOOL BUS CONVERSION for Pregnant Family


After a health cleanse Jimmie and Amber decided they needed a full lifestyle change so they converted and moved into a handicapped school bus
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100 Comments on "SCHOOL BUS CONVERSION for Pregnant Family"


  1. That’s a neat build on that bus. I wouldn’t want to sleep next to someone taking a dump or even a pee for that matter but other than that 👌

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  2. Downsizing is hard! But glad these folks did not pay storage! I moved on to a 50ft X 6ft canal boat in the UK. The storage costs for what I decided I needed but could not fit in the boat was extortionate. 2.5 years later a friend came with me and we cleared it. His most important role was to say " Do you need it, if so how have you managed without it for the past 30months and do you REALLY have room?" I found so much I was storing just because I had space!
    I still have stuff to get rid of but at least I am finished with storage!

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  3. So when you live in a bus, where do you park it? Like do you pay for parking somewhere or just find random places?

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  4. You made a really nice bus conversion, but I‘m missing a shower or a bathroom with more privacy space. But in general you did a great job
    Greetings from Germany 🇩🇪

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  5. I could live in this space happily !! I have this big Ass house and only use the bathroom, the one corner in my living room about 30 square feet or less is my living area. I hate having over 2,000 feet and heating wasted space !! I could live like a queen in 200 sq feet. God bless. Don't go into debt live simple you will be happy if you do it !!

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  6. Iv'e watched a few of these video's. So smart and good to the earth, plus save money, live free…. But what happens when the toddler turns teen, ect That is where I fear this may be come complicated.

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  7. Lovely family life… Darling little boy… Love the bus idea great building it like you wanted too.. Love the Blue… Congrats on doing a fantastic job …

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  8. Question: What are their plans for when the kids grow beyond toddler/tiny baby size? Do they plan on purchasing a larger bus or, are they saving to buy sticks & bricks for when that time comes? Nice jewlery!

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  9. It’s a cute bus and I say if your happy together living there go for it life’s to short to be unhappy it’s a great way to live may God Bless you all and the new baby on the way . I thinks it’s cool and good for the little guy . It’s very nice .

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  10. Where is the new baby going to sleep and what happens when Onx going to sleep when he grows out of the bed?

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  11. Awesome video, my fiance and I just moved to an RV and it's been amazing for us.. We love it and all it has taught us. Thank you for sharing your super cool bus with us!

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  12. I love the house, the creativity but what I do not like is the bathroom (i.e. toilet) too near the kitchen. So my question as you continue the improvement(s) is there consideration to having the toilet blocked off somehow?

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  13. My best friend and I are looking to do a van/bus/etc conversion to live in for a good year at least, has anyone seen any videos of conversions set up to hold two separate people? twin bed/bunkbed situation? Any help is appreciated! xx

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  14. I love this bus!!! So cozy and the couple seems very sweet. And, dad can build anything❤️

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  15. Everytime Dylans face pops up at the end of every video it just puts a smile on my face 😀 haha Keep creating this great content!

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  16. Where are people taking baths?? I never see bathrooms/showers in these tiny bus/vans??

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  17. Admire this family.. its simple and they have a small business on their own..life is about being contented and happy together 🙂

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  18. I’ll just continue to live vicariously through these YouTube videos for the next 4 years. I’m never getting a lease on a car again. I found some amazing vans for crazy low prices and I’m stuck with my current car. A high top van is my rig of choice

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  19. The bus looks great and very practical. I agree that they are a living changing thing. Especially as the family grows too. I could see a trailer box of some sort hooked to the back eventually. I love the jewellery. Awesome! ^j^

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  20. Nice to see it how they do it! It's a beautiful schoolbus! 👍we don 't have that in the Netherlands.

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  21. It was cute up until the point they said they go to the toilet next to the bed in front of everyone, then I was like, oh hell no. That's going to get old really quickly.

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  22. I was holding my breath when I say your son on your shoulders skateboarding without a little helmet on his cute head. Free spirit one thing, split head another. Can’t control loss of control. Think about it. Why do they call them accidents? Because you never see them coming.

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  23. God bless these people. .. all though the home bus is awesome, the greatest and most prevalent, element, of this video….is love

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  24. Kinda cool but also kinda nuts. Especially for a pregnant woman. I'm just curious where the newborn is gonna go? Newborns need to nap like 5 times a day. How will that all work out? I personally don't think a bus is a safe place for a baby.

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  25. Actually, it's sad for me to watch this video. Just don't get the idea that why people like to deliver babies when they barely have not enough space for their two. I am wondering what will their two kids(hopefully there gonna be no more than this number if they decide to keep living in this car) consider their parent's decision when they grow bigger. Have fewer babies when you don't have enough materials to provide for them, and that's the easiest responsible decision you can make for your children.

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  26. I would trade something useful for one of those beautiful handcrafted necklaces. So many great ideas. There is such a long hall space for the toddler to run up and down. The flip down floor ove the stairs is straight genius.

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  27. I don't get how every husband seems to be knowledgeable in wood working craftsmanship
    Carpentry skills 😒
    How convenient is anyone living this way not skilled in making things 🤔
    Starting to feel these stories r unreal of payed to Lie👈

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  28. I couldnt live in that with a family. Lovely for me on my own for a summer holiday in good wealther , but thats it. But i'm a brit , your weathers probably good and you can live outside. K

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  29. Getting a bit tight with two kuds and no bathroom no shower ummm nope save for a condo or townhome lol

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  30. Get a tiny house….way more room as they are 2 story….you're gonna need more room with growing family.

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  31. I wonder how that worked out for you with a toddler and a new baby 😱 I hope jimmy connected with his son 😊

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  32. Good on you guys for living your truth. Only probs for me would be the toilet in the kitchen and the exhaust by the food prep area outside. That's too unhygienic

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  33. Well I love it .Your son is going to learn so much .hes so cute lol. I love the idea for the steps for him .i especially love his bed that’s cool lol .i dead set love the whole set up . You guys are going to have the best time . Happy and safe travels and thank you for sharing .✌️☺️💞

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  34. I do not like to smell other peoples stink when they poop. But, you have a lot of great ideas. I am not sure I could release poop in front of people.

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  35. Nice! But what happens when the kids get bigger because right now he’s small and don’t take up that much space?

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  36. I loved the notion of bartering for items for the Skoolie. Gorgeous jewellery. I saw a pair of earrings on the stand that I adored. You're both so talented. Hope your journey is a great one. Best wishes from the UK x

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