I am so excited to have Colleen, blogger at Slow Simple Life, as a guest today. She is doing something many would find unimaginable. She is having a baby AND moving into a tiny house, pretty much at the same time. Colleen is going to share how she downsized in preparation for this change.
Making Room for Baby: How to Downsize While Expecting
At the end of this year, I’ll be attempting to combine two seemingly incompatible things: a new baby and living in a tiny house.
The baby is due at the beginning of November; the tiny house is due a month later, and joining me and the baby will be my 10-year-old daughter, our black lab and our cat. My partner, who lives in another town with his son, will join us when he can. It’s going to be a very full tiny house.
Having these two major life changes come together at the same time has brought up an interesting situation: how do you downsize when you’re going to have a new baby? Babies come with all kinds of specialized equipment, don’t they?
The answers to those two questions are 1. very deliberately, and 2. Yes. Yes they do.