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California baby is to break the world record for the youngest person to visit all 50 states

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In the Woods, on a five-month-old baby, Evelyn, will be the youngest person to travel to all 50 states in the usa.

A young family has a place on their five-month-old daughter, Evelyn, to break the record for the youngest person to have visited all 50 states. However, the life-changing trip almost didn’t happen.

“I was told that I could not bear a child,” Jenna Woods told Fox News in an exclusive interview. “So, when we found out I was pregnant with Evelyn, and it was quite a shock.”

With a young family, one of which is on the left before the five-month-old daughter, Evelyn, to break the record for the youngest person to have visited all 50 states.
(Jenna and Ryan with ease.

Jenna and Ryan’s Woods, the high school sweethearts, of Modesto, Calif., to live in the city of Los Angeles is working with the distillery and the restless, so when they are told that they have to do.

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“We are so used to being entrepreneurs and creating our own plan,” said Jenna, the couple who, in the past, following the launch of two of the most successful business owners in the Central Valley before moving to L. A. “when I was pregnant, we started researching how best to spend my maternity leave, and get a little independence back, and that’s when we had the idea for the 50-state challenge.”

The pair soon started to investigate, Stainless steel, and they can plan their cross-country adventure, where she came across As Yeats, one of the other babies who have tried it have the same performance. (Yeats visited all 50 states in less than six months.)

“That’s when we found out that the Yeats, he gave us a timeline and a goal,” said Jenna. “It has helped us to plan a little bit, but for now I plan to keep it.”

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Little Harper, Yeats and his parents have been on an epic road trip to all 50 states in the united states before they turned six months old.

Jenna and Ryan, and said that she was not “just to beat a record, but was inspired by the Yeats’ story and wanted a similar experience for their new family, Evelyn, was born on the 26th of January.

However, the California native, who had never ridden in an RV before, and decided to be more of a challenge, as well.

“We’ll also have our dog, Blue, who’s a good dog, but it can be difficult, because he and Evelyn have a different plan,” Ryan said on Fox News.

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However, the California native, who had never ridden in an RV before, and decided to have a challenge, too, and bring their dog along.
(Jenna and Ryan with ease.

The family, who are staying on budget, rarely eating out, consuming a lot of peanut butter sandwiches, and staying in a free rest stop during the night, the official kick-off for the trip on March 17th and, although Ryan explained that the group had visited Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and for Evelyn, it was a one-and-a-half months of age, to be a kind of test the waters.

“We had to be back in California for Amenities, check-up, so we went on a 2000 mile trip for it in the first place, and then went back to L. A. before the official trip, beginning in March,” said one of them.

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Although the couple, who have set up an Instagram account and a blog in order to share their experiences, ” she said, face a lot of difficulties during the journey, especially learning how to navigate on a 24-foot RV with two adults, a child and a dog, she would recommend the trip to all of the families on the other.

“It certainly has its challenges, but in order to have access to Pictures to check out in the world, with her very own eyes is incredible,” said Jenna, who is also well-known is that Evelyn was a “very happy” and ” easy-going baby. “If they have a colicky baby, it would be a lot different.”

Although the couple, who have set up an Instagram account and a blog in order to share their experiences, ” she said, faced many challenges during the journey, especially learning how to navigate on a 24-foot RV with two adults, a child and a dog, she would recommend the trip to all of the families on the other.
(Jenna and Ryan with ease.

The couple were said to look to the Pictures to reach these milestones, while also learning more about each and every one unique, are well worth the effort.

“We were able to capture her first smile in front of the camera, and it was on the River Walk, in Boston, massachusetts. And that just made it more special,” said Jenna.

The couple makes it a point to take Pictures in front of every state sign. They will also spend at least one night in every state, and to take part in the experience. But to say there were a few clear standouts for your favorite sites, and more.

“We were in Manhattan, and the Yellowstone,” Jenna and Ryan shared. As far as Evelyn’s favorite, Jenna said she is a huge fan of Yellowstone, as well.

If there was one country that the couple has had problems.

“West Virginia” Jenna shared, and explain to him that she was having a hard time due to the lack of GPS and a number of problems with the roads.

“We were able to capture her first smile in front of the camera, and it was on the River Walk, in Boston, massachusetts. And that just made it more special,” said Jenna.
(Jenna and Ryan with ease.

However, the biggest pick up of the tour, the couple said, was how different each and every time.

“There is so much beauty in the us, which has been overlooked,” said Jenna, to show how diverse the landscape is in the country as a whole.

Another idea is that the couple have once again had to learn on the way, it is the time of day.

“The sense of time is altered,” Ryan, who’s doing the driving, he said. “A six-hour trip doesn’t seem so far.”

The couple hopes that their journey may be inspiring to other families and people who are looking to have more of a sense of purpose” in life.

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Now you will check out, but in Alaska — and the family’s journey through the 20th of June — Jenna and Ryan are already planning their second trip through all 50 of them, calling it “twice Two,” in which the couple is planning on spending two weeks in each of the member states.

The couple hopes that their journey may be inspiring to other families and people who are looking to have more of a sense of purpose” in life.
(Jenna and Ryan with ease.

“We are hoping that we will be able to inspire other families to come out and go on a trip,” said Jenna. “There’s always a way to make it happen.”

“You’ll have to pull the trigger,” she continued. “There has never been an easy time, but if the trip is important to you, and you will need to have a passion to explore, you just have to go.”

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