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HVP August 2015

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Page 30 of 43 ■ Hudson Valley Parent 31 clear plan on how to make our ideas work. It had no closets and no guest space: certainly not the house for a bed & breakfast! And how in the world would we live here with a child? I simply could not see past all these obstacles. Until I scrolled past a friend's post on Facebook: a tiny house that looked like it came right from Sto- rytown — except someone actually lived in it! That mind-blowing post led me to a movement of brave souls downsizing their possessions to live in infi nitesimally small spaces: the small house movement. If they could do it, maybe we could, too. For better or worse By 2013 we were selling and giving away more than half our possessions. Nothing was spared. In December 2014, we moved ourselves Mackey and her husband, John, share the 125-square-foot sleeping loft with their two young children. (Continued on Page 32) Warm, Child Friendly Atmosphere Children with Special Needs Welcome! Specializing in Children from Infancy to Teens Emergencies Treated with Courtesy & Kindness Nitrous oxide (laughing gas), oral sedation and general anesthesia available Thank you to all of the HVParent readers who selected Dr. Geri-Lynn Waldman as a 2014 Favorite Doc!

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