Why leave a 3000 square foot house for a Tiny Home?
This family chose to radically change their lives for the better. Moving toward a minimalist life style, this family chose to give up the large house for land to grow up on debt free. Why do this over buying a RV?
Expecting One More in a Tiny Home
What do you do when baby is on the way and you live in a tiny home. Babies are small but all their stuff can take over the house! Bouncy seats, high chairs, crib, bath tub, car seat, clothes, toys, bottles, spoons, diapers, where will it all go in a 276 sq foot home?
Let Lindsey of Tiny Life Tiny Wife show you how she tucked it all in her small space. Baby Shepard is the start of the family tiny home adventure. Enjoy more of Tiny Life Tiny Wife Videos on their Youtube channel. Be sure to subscribe!
Family Tiny Homes, Big Dogs, and Small Children
Not too many landlords are crazy about a 150 lb Great Dane. Choosing to add animals and children to your tiny home is one of the great freedoms. Two Architects designed this tiny home for all their babies, furry and not.
Family Tiny Homes with Privacy
Most Tiny Homes are built with a loft style bed room. This allows for little privacy for parents or moody teenagers. Plus with a loft the middle of the night bathroom trips are treacherous.
This 3 bedroom 2 bath tiny home is the second one built by Paul and Heather out of Oregon. After struggling with housing in the Portland area these two built a house that worked for them. Amazing what a little necessity and creativity can produce.
Retraining Children in a Tiny Home
Composing toilets are not the only learning experience for children in a Tiny Home. Actions always speak louder than words. The action of down sizing to a tiny home exposes kids to counter cultural values.
Three themes run through the Family Tiny Home Builders Lives
- Time is more important than stuff
- Relationships are more important than space
- Debt can be eliminated by wise choices
Want to play with your own ideas on tiny homes. Lynda.com offered free from most libraries has a tiny house building course. Call your local library to see if they have a subscription you can use for free. Find the course here.