Family Downsized into Green TINY HOME to Save Their Son


VIDEO DESCRIPTION;
The family downsized into a to improve the health of their youngest son, who doesn’t process toxins found in typical home . In doing so, they have also become financially independent, and they’ve seen major improvements in their son’s development.

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PRODUCED & HOSTED BY:
Jenna Kausal

ADDITIONAL MUSIC: https://www.epidemicsound.com/

OPENING MONTAGE DRONE SHOT: Jonathan Benabed

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24 Comments

  1. I ADORE this cute little family! I wish you all the luck in the world, and lil momma, EVERYTHINGS going to be all right! <3

    • Wow you know — my mother always said : “if you can’t say anything nice than don’t say anything at all “
      Don’t judge & if you do perhaps saying it in “ a positive constructive criticism “ you know “ you get more from honey than vinegar “
      Peace 🕊

  2. That, by far was one of my favorite tiny house family story –
    Thank You for sharing & May God Bless that family with much love peace and happiness
    Peace 🕊

  3. The home is looking good. Tumbleweed is a great builder. And yes there is no foyer. Meet and greet on the front deck. A tiny house is all pretty much personal space. As always whoever you visit call first. Don’t drop in we all have phones.

  4. Honestly impressed with the comments here. Scrolled pretty far and didn’t see any scoffing at this nice family. What a lovely little corner of the internet.

  5. Lovely, fantastic to get rid of poison from building material! Only thing that puzzles me is why not dry clothes outdoors when it’s so hot, saving electricity and money? Oh forgot Arizona USA, not allowed to according to some perverse rule! Get over it America! Have a sister in law in Arizona! Arizona should have solar panels on all public buildings and new properties!

  6. You know what I noticed about houses with kids in tiny homes (although maybe it’s because there aren’t any tours of kids rooms in bigger homes or at least I don’t watch them). They always have a ton of books which is great. Some kids these days are way too invested in their tablets/electronics.

    Edit: I also love that there is a choice for when they get older to have their own separate space. Most tiny homes don’t have that as each kid either shares a bed in a loft or have their own bunk on the lower level.

  7. Cool tiny home, bro’s is all i’ll say ..
    I hope the effect of your healthy life persists long after your kids move far away, and your marriage, heavily-concerned about your children, “stands the test of time”. cheers!

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