There are multiple problems with both sentences.
The most important is this: you don't retire to a place where you want your kids to grow up. If you want your kids to grow up there, you move there while your kids are still young. To retire to a place means to move there when you have grown old and given up work.
Also please note: "They are my kids", no apostrophe. "I like my kid's drawings." The apostrophe indicates the possessive, not the plural.
If you fix those up and retry your query, we can try to deal with the other issues.