My first reaction was wow finally someone has the guts to follow thru on leaving the country due to Trump. But she explains the reasons are only partly political, and she and her family plan to return next summer. Ideologies aside, not much to argue with here:
I think it will be incredibly stressful and that we are a little nuts. But most of all I think our kids will get something very valuable from the experience: the sense that there is more to life than the culture of middle-class striving here in the United States that seems to have soured so rapidly in recent years; an understanding that the world is a big place and we reside in a pretty puny and relatively privileged part of it; the idea that you can, and should, take big risks in life and that things can change dramatically, dizzyingly, and that you can learn new skills and survive.
Good luck. I hope to see a report of your family's experience when you return.