Tiny Houses For Large Families: A Dream Is Born

Tiny Houses For Large Families: A Dream Is Born

I want to introduce you to an extraordinary family that contacted us recently. We feel their story is important to share because they are role models for finding grace and beauty in even the most challenging situations. We also think you will find great interest in hearing that they are making the move to tiny with 5 kids 16 and under! We often hear from readers wondering about tiny houses for large families and if it’s possible, so world, we present to you the Thompson family:

Please introduce yourselves as well as everyone’s ages. What are some fun/interesting things about your family?

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A Thompson family jam

TJ: 37

Stephanie: 31

Jasmine: 16

Jessaka: 14

Madison: 13

Kendred: 11

Peyton: 10

As far as fun and interesting facts about our family… it is a fun and interesting scene when we are all together under one roof. We have the kids pickin and singing. Music is a huge part of our lives. We are simple talented smart asses. We have the knack of taking nothing and making something. All of our kids have their very own talent. All of the kids are outgoing and witty. We have all been raised on the river and the kids are awesome in their kayaks on the river! We have instilled in our kids the importance of originality and being true to oneself.

Stephanie is left handed and TJ is right handed so it makes it really easy to eat beside each other if we sit the right way… or it could be a disaster if we sit in the wrong places. Another fun fact: TJ and Stephanie met in a tattoo parlor. Broke up a few weeks later and then ran into each other in a liquor store. Then got married in a bar.

We have raised all kinds of exotic birds… hatched baby birds, handfed them and weaned them. TJ is a fabricator and has had amazing opportunities to show off his talent. Built and designed a key to the city, entry gates, arches, etc. Stephanie is very talented; she loves to paint, sew, draw, cooking and can.

In front of their current house

In front of their current house

Describe your current living situation. 

We are currently living in over 2000 square feet home and all of our money is going to space that we do not use. We are also renting this home and it is costing us at least $1,500 per month just to live. With the extra room and space; we feel like we need to fill that extra space with “stuff.” This “stuff” is unneeded materials.

What inspired you guys to go tiny? What is it about tiny house living that draws you guys in?

We were initially inspired by the financial freedom it allows. But as we got into the downsizing process and started letting go of material stuff… it gave us a different kind of freedom. You have to understand… this isn’t something that happened overnight and this is something that still changes daily.

What do your kids think of the idea of moving into a tiny house? What does your family/friends think? What do you say to them?

First of all, our kids are all that matter. They are very supportive, excited, and have a million questions daily. When we decided to order the building for our tiny house, we went to the manufacturer’s shop where they have a smaller demo version on site. We took the kids and let them climb into the lofts and get a feel for what it is like and how “tiny” this will actually be. Our family and friends have been very supportive also. We have not told “everyone” about our adventure. The main reason: we don’t want any negative vibes or degrading opinions. The close family and friends that we have opened up to and shared our adventure with have all been so nice and respectful. They are all keeping their eyes out for building materials, appliances, electrical and plumbing materials, etc. We started the blog a few weeks ago in order to help share our story and the reasoning behind this decision. We have had a really rough last 8 months and to make this decision with 5 kids…. It’s scary. It is exciting but scary!

You both have gone through incredible challenges recently. Are you willing to share some of your trials and tribulations?

Where should we start? TJ bought a house when he was 18. When he was 32 he gave it to his ex-wife in order for her to move back with Jasmine and Jessaka from two states away. TJ has went through 2 divorces, severe depression, substance abuse and back surgery. The substance abuse was self-medication for the back pain and depression. The severe depression resulted in substance abuse which landed him in a crisis center for a short period of time. Not a few months later we underwent back surgery. Through all of this, we were broke and poor! Stephanie was working 3 jobs and going to school full time. This was the only way we could keep our heads above the water and pay our bills to live. Fast forward a year later: We get married. November 11, 2011 (11-11-11). By this time, TJ started to regain strength in his back and we were financially stable going through everyday life. Fast forward a year later again: Stephanie turned 31 on October 25, 2013. This was a bitter sweet birthday… She was having migraines and trouble walking. On the 29th, Stephanie left work early and went to the ER. Her legs and arms were numb and tingling; she knew something was wrong. After an MRI and a CT Scan; the doctor told us that we needed to see a Neurology Surgeon immediately. The very next morning we found ourselves in the surgeons office being told that we needed to make peace with what she needed to and spend time with the ones she loved. Stephanie had a brain tumor in her 4th ventricle, right behind the cerebellum and sitting on top of the spinal cord and cutting off the spinal fluid flow from the brain and body. The tumor was putting pressure on her central nervous system and causing a lot of her problems. The emergency surgery was imperative. Monday morning November 4th, 2013, she underwent brain surgery. The surgeons were able to remove the whole tumor. Today 8 months later; she is alive. This will be a long road to recovery. Long story short…. The emergency surgery was essential but the surgeon was “out of network” under our insurance, meaning we owe a lot of money for this life saving surgery. It is easy for us to get upset and down on ourselves due to the cards that have been dealt but instead of “poor us” we are taking this positively and considering ourselves to be very lucky. Very lucky that all this has happened to us at such a young age, in order for us to know what is important in life and make the wiser decisions to down size and simplify our life and lifestyle. These are just the highlights over the past few years… keep in mind that we went through all of this along with 5 children and all the “ex’s” and everyday struggles. So, this is the reason our little home will be named “The house of Atlas” Atlas carried the weight of the world on his shoulders… as a family we can and we have.

Stephanie's new "haircut"!!

Stephanie’s new “haircut”!

How do you stay so positive given the challenges you are facing both medically and financially? How does the dream of tiny house living keep you guys going?

We are a family of kayakers. We were raised on the river. In kayaking you have to maneuver around obstacles and cannot get hung up on them because if you do… you go nowhere. The same is true in life: we cannot get hung up on the negative situations. The events we faced were events that changed our lives and changed our outlook. The tiny house living is an adventure for us. The feeling of freedom has given us hope and a strong desire to make this work and to keep us going.

Describe your dream tiny house. A LOT of people want to live the tiny life but don’t know how to make that happen with a family with more than 1 child. 

Our dream tiny house is what we can afford and this is what determines the outcome. Our tiny house is 16×40 with two open lofts. Our layout is subject to change of course. We have designed a floor plan that consists of a full size kitchen and washroom with full size washer, dryer, hot water heater, toilet, sink and stand up shower. The floor plan also includes an open living room, master bedroom with on suite bathroom. The two lofts are 15×15 and will be for the kids. Everything and everyone has a place in our tiny house. We have given the kids the loft floor space to design and to layout the way they want. This has given the kids the power and the feeling of importance. We NEED them! We NEED their input and ideas. This is their space and we want them to design it. We believe the best outcome for everyone is to keep an open mind and allow room for change.

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In closing is there anything else you want to add?

We are going to include some pictures of us and of our family. Along with a link to our blog that we have started and our facebook page. We are country folks… we were raised in the hills of the Ozarks and this adventure is not breaking the mold. Our parents and grandparent grew up with 5-10 siblings in a 2 room home, sometimes without running water, electricity, and indoor bathroom. Some people may think this is crazy but all we are doing is going back to our roots. We have all heard it a million times but we are taking it to heart: “Don’t live above your means”.

Thank you SO much for taking the time to do this interview with us Stephanie and TJ! We will be following your story via your blog and Facebook and can’t wait to hear how it all goes for you all!

Tumblr blog: http://journeyof2oldsouls.tumblr.com/

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47 Responses to Tiny Houses For Large Families: A Dream Is Born

  1. bob August 30, 2014 at 3:38 pm #

    Really neat!
    It truely is not about living in 100, 200, 300 sq ft but living a lifestyle with all your needs provided for and nothing more to get in the way. This exemplifies that.

    • TJ and Stephanie September 1, 2014 at 6:07 pm #

      That is exactly what we have realized. The home we are in right now… is way bigger than we even use. Once we realized that we don’t need all the extra room and space; the lifestyle was needed!

      • Angel Duncan-Robinson December 11, 2014 at 11:48 pm #

        What is your facebook link? I am terrified with the tininess that faces us.

  2. Marsha August 31, 2014 at 4:52 pm #

    Your story has really touched my heart. May God richly bless you.

    • TJ and Stephanie September 1, 2014 at 7:13 pm #

      Thank you Marsha! We really hope our journey will inspire more families to downsize and live a simpler lifestyle. 🙂

      • Darianna Lee October 8, 2014 at 6:18 pm #

        I understand exactly how it fills to have space you don’t use or really need.my kids an I saty in a 3bd 2bath house for all of us to sleep watch tv in 1room.im paying 1245$ for a room…crazy we dont really use the rest of the house unless family is over.i am real interested in building us a tiny house.if you have any info that would help me get started feel free to email me I would greatly appreciate it thank you

        • Gabriella October 10, 2014 at 1:32 pm #

          So great you are wanting to go tiny Darianna Lee! It seems to make so much sense in your situation. Have you signed up for our free ecourse? https://tinyhousebuild.com/free-7-day-ecourse/ That is a great place to start. Keep us posted!

  3. Rob Myran September 1, 2014 at 7:13 am #

    I wish these folks the best. I believe they have the right ideas: Living within their means, making this an adventure, including the kids in the building and planning of the home and their own space (I really like what they came up with = private bedrooms plus common area). I thought about the 2 bathrooms in such a small building, but then I thought about the competition for bathroom time between my wife, her son and me years ago, and I think it is a GREAT idea!

    My wife and I are older and are needing to radically downsize. She is more reluctant than I am, but I believe that is because so many things she has seen were tiny houses on utility trailers and it is not what she wants to do. A friend of mine mentioned the other day that if one has a work space (pole building or what eve is needed for the work one does) you do not need a very big house. I see that is what this family has.

    • TJ and Stephanie September 1, 2014 at 7:16 pm #

      Thank you Rob! We haven’t always been on board with this but over the last 8 months… it is needed and has been the BEST change we have made! The best decision we have made! We wish you and your wife the very best and that you guys can find what best fits you!

  4. Jerri September 1, 2014 at 5:24 pm #

    I love these guys! Stephanie and TJ are both so incredibly talented and they both have such wonderful personalities. This family is such an inspiration to all who know them!

    • TJ and Stephanie September 1, 2014 at 7:17 pm #

      Thank you!!!!!! <3 We love you guys!!

  5. Tammy September 2, 2014 at 8:14 am #

    Love your story so much! Thank you for sharing the choices you’ve made and the faith you have had in the face of enormous adversity. You’ve reminded me to refocus on what’s important (I’ve let myself get distracted from that lately) and although I can’t start building yet, there are things I can be doing every day to move toward tinier living… And “action opens doors”. In this case, literally. 🙂

    • TJ and Stephanie November 5, 2014 at 7:23 pm #

      You are exactly right Tammy! Thank you for reading our story. You are correct. Even if you are not to the point of building; everything we do can be towards a new lifestyle. I started downsizing and packing months before and it helped! 🙂

  6. Carol and Gil September 2, 2014 at 12:16 pm #

    You guys have made a GREAT decision! It can’t have been easy to make this decision, but you will absolutely love living in far less space. You’ll spend much more time doing “real” stuff– conversations with family, activities outside, just being alone and quiet for 15 minutes– when you’re not having to work so much to pay for all that unneeded space you’re currently renting.

    • TJ and Stephanie November 5, 2014 at 7:28 pm #

      That is what counts! That is what matters! Our family needed this tiny house more than anyone knows. Carol and Gil… you are right. We were working so hard to live a certain way… at the end of the day.. it wasn’t worth it.

  7. rebs September 2, 2014 at 12:49 pm #

    I really want a tiny home. Im young, but disabled, so need to work fron home. Everywhere I can, I try to get ones to stand up to reinatate mix use zoning; so ones can create a home store. Ive DESIGNED, multiple ideas for tiny home PLUS space for a home store, roof garden porch and garden, plus safe spaces for pet cats and dogs, including my service dog.
    I so wish a person or company would help me, and then they can make more with the designs I did that meet the needs of home, store, pets, service dog, garden AND FEMALE SAFETY.

    With tiny homes plus business, mix use zoning, and public trains/monorails; America could be revitalized, disability friendly, female safe, and affordable! 🙂 :-)/monorails;etc /

    • LouAnn September 2, 2014 at 8:41 pm #

      Hello Rebs, I do not know if this information will be helpful to you and maybe you have already read the book, but if not it may be worth looking at : “Your Message Here” – Gaining Corporate Sponsors for your Tiny House Project, by Andrew M Odum. I believe it is an e-book, quickly found on-line. Reviews for it have been very good. As an interior designer I would love to see your designs. Although I am not sure how I could help unless you live close. I live in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. TinyHouseBuild.com is welcome to share my personal email address with you. I am also on facebook and linkedin. I have yet to build my own tiny/small house, but I have designed it and am in the process of trying to save the money to start.

  8. Sarah September 16, 2014 at 8:46 am #

    This is great to see. I live in a 900 sq ft house with my husband and 4 kids. The house is about 90 years old. Tiny house concepts have allowed us to organize and revision our old home so we can all fit comfortably. Thank you for sharing your story– I would love to see more articles featuring larger families who live in smallish spaces!

    • TJ and Stephanie November 5, 2014 at 7:32 pm #

      Sarah, that is amazing! I am so happy to hear that you and your family are comfortably in just a 900 sq ft home.

  9. Maia Newton September 21, 2014 at 11:48 am #

    I am really inspired by you! I want a life of memories, not material objects.

    I want to learn more about the financials- how much does it cost to build, codes, plumbing, ect.

    If you have any suggestions or rwferences you’d like to share, I’d love to have them!

    Thank you for truly living life-


    • TJ and Stephanie November 5, 2014 at 7:38 pm #

      Maia Newton… My main suggestion is to build and live within your means. That is the main focus for us. After emergency surgery and finding ourselves buried in medical debt… we had to make a change. A change for the good and realizing that we need to live comfortably and within our means. We did not want to borrow any funds from banks but wanted to do this with cash and as we can. This meant… once our home was to a certain point – we moved in. We are living in our home and finishing out the kitchen. I washed dishes outside for a little while before we got our sink. 🙂 We cooked a lot of meals in the crockpot before we got our stove.

      Take your time.

      • Felicia November 23, 2014 at 7:43 pm #

        I am very happy for your family. I have student loans, other debt and too much “stuff”, so I have been considering the downsize/small home idea. The only issue that I have is where to place the home. We camp on a regular, but I am not interested in living at different campsites on a long term basis. What suggestions do you have? Please share.


  10. Lee September 28, 2014 at 5:56 pm #

    I actually get quite angry on your behalf when I read stories like this (Stephanie’s tumour). Because here in New Zealand, and in my country of origin Australia, this would have been totally free surgery and would not have cost you a cent. It would have been completely covered by our national health care systems which cover every single citizen, no matter what their income or status.

    Most countries have similar health care systems, I still can’t believe the US doesn’t. I really think it’s horrific that in this day and age a family could be financially devastated by something as basic as a health issue outside their control.

    My love and best wishes XX

    • TJ and Stephanie November 5, 2014 at 7:43 pm #

      That is exactly what happened to us. It was a matter of 4-5 days and we found ourselves owing 350K for an emergency surgery. I don’t wish that on anyone but we are thankful that it happened. If it hadn’t happened to us… we would have continued to pay outrageous rent and live above our means. It is bitter sweet.

      That is amazing that New Zealand has that and offers their citizens that! I still search for the day when all medical insurance company’s are accepted by all health care providers. The surgeon and hospital that we were sent to…. came up as “out-of-network” instead of the hospital and surgeon a few blocks away. But this was emergency surgery and we didn’t have the time to “shop” around for someone “in-network”

  11. Grace October 20, 2014 at 12:22 pm #

    I am happy to find this website. We, too, are a family of 7 (kids ages 14, 12, 9, 6, 4) looking into moving into a tiny house. We’re thinking of one built on a trailer.
    We lived in a 2300 square foot house. Then moved to a 850 square foot house, and we feel we can downsize further.

    We live in “The Gorge” between Washington and Oregon states. It’s a beautiful area. There’s a lot to do outside of home. We’ve found that having less house and stuff to mess with, means more family and friend time and more outdoors time. But, we’re struggling financially from carrying past debts, and so the decision to try to find cheaper housing that is still functional, quality and attractive has lead us to the Tiny House Movement and the ideas inspired there.

    Keep up the good work!

    • TJ and Stephanie November 5, 2014 at 7:45 pm #

      Grace! You are on the right track and have the right mind set! Thank you for sharing your situation! I wish you and your family the best!!!!

  12. Kim November 4, 2014 at 7:54 pm #

    TJ & Stephanie – your family and attitude toward life and what is important is a true inspiration. I wish you all health and happiness in your downsized dream home.

    I think as you move forward with your build, you’ll find all kinds of creative ways to not only functionally use your space, but also to create multiple purposes for the same space. Kids have fabulous ideas for small spaces, look what they can cram into a school bag (lol), so you have some great partners working with you.

    I’ve found Ikea stores to be a great inspiration for imaginative ways to design small spaces. I highly recommend touring one if there is one in your area or browse through their website for low cost efficient furnishing ideas. I’m amazed at some of the creative ways they used the same product for multiple purposes.

    I look forward to hearing more of your adventures designing, building, and living in your dream home. I wish you many blessings to your entire family.

    • TJ and Stephanie November 5, 2014 at 7:47 pm #

      Kim, Thank you so much!!! Ikea has some brilliant ideas! You are too kind! I really appreciate your comment! Our downsized dream home is exactly what we needed. Thank you!!!

  13. Maggie Holt December 4, 2014 at 11:23 am #

    Have you considered writing a book? Self-publishing is available online. You have a fascinating story of overcoming the greatest of odds and not letting it get you down. Also, how about KickStarter to give you a financial boost? You guys definitely deserve it! I, too, LOVE Ikea! Keep your chins up–and the very best of everything to all of you.

    I’m a little old lady who is trying to downsize, and after a gazillion years of collecting “stuff,” it’s daunting. My dream has been a park model RV built in NE Oregon. It might still be possible–we’ll see.

    • TJ and Stephanie December 5, 2014 at 6:00 pm #

      Thank you Maggie! We haven’t thought about a book but yes we have a story to tell. 🙂 Thank you for the encouraging words! I can’t wait to see your park model RV!!! You can do it and we are excited to see it!!!!

      • Maggie Holt December 6, 2014 at 10:22 am #

        Poke around on http://www.richsportablecabins.com. While I’d love to be able to downsize to the hOMe, I’m not sure I can go that far yet. Meanwhile, I’m devising a modification for Rich to fulfill. I love the Tillamook and the Modern. Thanks for the encouragement.

  14. Maggie Holt December 4, 2014 at 11:34 am #

    P.S. Is that a didgeridoo I see? I’m impressed.

    • TJ and Stephanie December 5, 2014 at 6:02 pm #

      oh… and yes that is a didgeridoo!! 🙂 there we go again….. we made a bunch for the kids, which was more fun and cheaper then buying them! 🙂

  15. Dea & Family January 4, 2015 at 9:42 am #

    I’ve been looking for genuine articles about active multiple child families, thank you! pot -o- gold here. We are very active, sporty people and spend most of the time out & about so I am looking at alleviating my daily agony(stress load) to give us more life on my limited income, found a few communities that I am familiar with also that would indulge this concept under the right circumstances also, because of it being a local “green project”, I am so excited…I am planning on between 75-80% actively recycling/refurbishment and am in planning phase. Finding a trailer to refurb. seems tough here, everyone scraps everything out even if its not theirs and scrap places don’t resell, any ideas?

  16. Sandy January 10, 2015 at 10:32 am #

    Im really inspired by your story. I have three kids and like you guys rent an overpriced house in ny. I have been for so long dreaming of a tiny house for my family. Do you have any advice where to begin..we would like to move out of ny. Any tiny house friendly areas that you can advise. I have been looking, all the established tiny house communities are really pricey. My husband and I are not handy so building one ourselves is not in the cards. Any advice would be so wonderful, I just need to start taking the first steps.
    Thanks in advance.
    Health and Prosperity 🙂

  17. Pam January 22, 2015 at 10:10 am #

    Thank you so much, TJ and Stephanie for sharing your story. I am a newly divorced single mother of 5 kids ages 8-16. We lost our 2400 sq ft home of 6 years after my ex succumbed to depression and substance abuse. February will mark our 3 years now in a 40 year old RV. Social Security for the kids, through their father, along with my income is preparing us for our exit from the RV this summer (finally!). We all believed for so long we needed so much more. While we do need more than what this RV offers, I’m looking into a tiny house that could accommodate our large family. Thank you for your inspiration and example. Thank you also for the philosophy that kayaking has brought your family in that, like life, their are obstacles to maneuver around. Surviving life’s obstacles in Washington state, Pam Townsend

    • Shannon July 22, 2015 at 9:42 pm #

      You have faced challenges many of us can only imagine. It made me smile to read that your tiny house dream is on the road towards fruition. Life is meant to not be survived but to be ridden through its ups and downs with grace, a few tears, an occassional scream, and thoroughly learning the lessons gleaned along the way. Those lessons form us and as long as we can still smile and recognize the beauty of the world and each other we are truly blessed. It sounds as if you have learned many valuable lessons along this path of life And still can smile and shake life’s hand with grace.
      Congratulations on getting to the point where your tiny house is on the horizon. I know you will continue to find happiness at every step along the way.


  18. J&M+5 February 11, 2015 at 6:26 am #

    Maybe you should consider a book!!! Reading this and going over your Tumblr isn’t fulfilling my want to learn more about your building process. I’ve heard of people using recycled materials and building onto a trailer for about $3000, and I’ve watched YouTube tutorials where single person tiny homes cost around $25,000! There are so many variables. You could use Kickstarter to fund your book! I know I’d donate towards it! I can’t be the only one ready to learn the step by step procedures a large family takes to get this show on the road!

    We are a 7-person family, daughter is 10, and 4 boys are 7, 6, 4 and 3. WE DREAM of tiny-home living. Currently renting an old bungalow- 3 bedrooms (yet all the kids stay in one, they’re just like that naturally). We don’t watch television (tossed that when the first was born), we have running water to one spigot outside, bucket flushing, bucket bathing, hot-plate cooking, hand laundering… WE ARE READY! A book (KickStarter funded) would really help!


    • Shannon July 22, 2015 at 9:24 pm #

      I second that! Also, it sounds like your family already knows what is important and is raising children outside of the technalogical bonds that so tie up the rest of the youth today. I applaud you for raising children that value time spent together over time spent with friends and mechanical devices. I hope you are able to live out your Tiny Dreams. Good luck to you Mary and thank you for showing all of us that families such as yours still exist.

      (The original story moved me but all comments I could have made have already been written better than I ever could. This reply by Mary really resonated with something inside that yearns for a simpler life and I felt like I had to write.)

      Blessings, light, and love,


  19. Roland March 14, 2015 at 12:07 am #

    I came across your story and plans googling ‘tiny house family of five’. We are planning a cohousing and we think tiny houses rhyme well with this concept.
    How is your project coming along? I’m especially curious about your developed plan.

    As other non-US citizens I’m again amazed and almost outraged about how emergency surgery can totally ruïn you financially in the USA. This would indeed be unthinkable here in Belgium. I admire how your family keeps looking on the bright side and even attribute great life lessons with it. I guess that makes you richer than the money would have done…

    Kind regards and love from a small country,


  20. Melissa Welch March 13, 2016 at 10:49 am #

    Hi! I am completely in awe. My husband and I have 6 sons and 1 daughter ranging from 20-7…. We love to travel with our children and have been contemplating the idea of 2 tiny homes? Our 20 and 18 y/o will not reside with us however they often come home to visit. Is this even feasible for us?!

    • Gabriella March 15, 2016 at 9:57 am #

      Hi Melissa! Love the idea of 2 tinys traveling down the highways! Would the traveling be with your residence/tiny house or would you have a home base somewhere with fixed foundation?

  21. Maria May 2, 2016 at 11:29 pm #

    This is exactly what we are looking for, we have five wonderful munchkins and want an exponentially more simple lifestyle!

  22. Christine August 7, 2016 at 7:04 pm #

    your story is so sad but uplifting as well, I would love to follow you on Facebook and see how the tiny house came out. Is there a website to look at it?

  23. Jenna April 27, 2017 at 2:20 pm #

    I am wanting to try this for our family (two adults and 7 kids, ages newborn, 1, 3, 4, 8, 9, 13) both to cut down on wasteful expenditures, but also to downside from our 2500 sq. ft.–I feel like when we lived in an 1100 st. ft. house (back when we were a family of 5), we spent more time together as a family and were closer, now everyone has a ton of space to go off and be alone. I miss the closeness of our family. This has inspired me to continue on my dream of tiny living!

    • Gabriella May 6, 2017 at 2:48 pm #

      That’s great Jenna! I know that for us personally too, our family dynamic really suffered when we moved into a large house. We’re much happier in a smaller place. Good luck!

  24. Patricia Kuemmel October 14, 2017 at 6:05 pm #

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