The tiny house movement is pretty big, and growing. And, within the movement is a much smaller subset of people who actually live in tiny houses. But, and rarer still, are the families who live in tiny houses. We were thrilled to actually capture Macy Miller and Kim Kasl at the Jamboree for long enough to talk about the challenges and rewards of living with small children in a tiny house. Do they feel guilty for not participating in “Mommy Consumerism”? How do they find private time, and maintain balance in their relationships? So much toddler energy, so little space, does the limited space drive them nuts? We ask these, and many more engaging questions, and we expect that you might be as surprised by their answers as we are!