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Talking to Kids about Downsizing Can Be Challenging

In this episode of the Tiny House Podcast, Ethan Waldman speaks with Rebecca Flansburg and BA Norrgard about their new book, Sissy Goes Tiny. It’s a children’s book, written to help kids learn about tiny house living from a kid’s perspective. Click here to listen to the podcast. Get a copy of Sissy Goes Tiny […]

Family Builds Off The Grid Tiny House

Environmentally conscious Fred Schultz is building a “tiny house” or 10sq m home on a trailer at his wife’s family home in Templestowe so he and his family can do just that.About 4.2m tall and less than 2.5m wide, the house can be towed by a truck and the family can park at their leisure, […]

Yes, You Can Live In A Tiny House With Kids

Do 2 adults and 2 children fit into a 207 square foot Tiny House? Yes, absolutely, say Kim and Ryan Kasl, a Minnesota couple who have two young children, 6-year-old Sully and 4-year-old Story.” – Clean Technica Continue reading… Yes, You Can Live In A Tiny House With Kids.

Tiny House for a Family of Four

Now, seriously, the world is our backyard…  We don’t have a clue as to where that will be but God seems to have some Master Plan or something going on so well just trust Him and roll with it.” – Kim Kasl Read and see more about this Tiny House for a Family of Four. Thanks for the […]

MetroPlay Playhouse

The folks at MetroShed have come up with an interesting new take on the playhouse, no surprisingly named MetroPlay. It’s a modern playhouse with a central 8×8 unit with some expansion options. Expect to pay between $6,000 and $7,000 for a MetroPlay. MetroPlay

Treehouse for Play

While this is a treehouse designed for kids, it’s a really inspiring design. I suspect it’s not completely practical with the translucent fiberglass cladding but the design was so well done I just had to share it with you. It was designed by Canadian designer Nicko Björn Elliott. Treehouse for Play

Kids build Hutopolis

This is a fun story about a group of kids building a village of tiny buildings from sawmill scraps. Read more about it on Make and in the Morning Sentinel.

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