Couple Is Raising 2 Toddlers in a 215-Square-Foot RV, and You've Got to See the Inside
It was right around the time Tiffany and her husband Jacob had settled into their dream home with their two toddlers, 1-year-old Cedar and 3-year-old Ocea, that they realized they were becoming disillusioned with "normal" life. The couple, who had been planning a Summer RV trip for years, was suddenly struck with genius: instead of spending more time cleaning their dream house than having quality time with their kids, why not relocate to an RV full-time?
While that realization may not be one that you or I could wrap our heads around so easily, this family of four — five, if you count the couple's 19-year-old son, Taylor, who doesn't live with them but who they see frequently — has been making it work full-time in the 215-square-foot Airstream trailer they purchased and hasn't looked back. Because I have a hard enough time raising two cats in an 800-square foot apartment with my boyfriend (a size I unsurprisingly complain about all too often), I needed to know Tiffany's tips for both raising toddlers in such a teeny-tiny space and purging so many possessions in favor of a simpler life.