How can a family of six – Mom, Dad, and four growing kids – fit into a house of less than 300 square feet?
You would be surprised.
In this video, Heather Harger opens her doors and shows viewers how her big family manages to live comfortably in their camper home.
Belongings are kept to a minimum, and pieces of furniture serve a dual-purpose. Still, the atmosphere is bright, fun and lively. It has a patio area, picnic/crafting tables, a family room, a creative corner, a fully-functioning kitchen, double sinks, and plenty of room to sleep and relax.
Not only is the RV their home; it’s also where the children are homeschooled.
In addition, Sy, Heather’s eldest son, has eosinophilic esophagitis, meaning he’s allergic to virtually all foods and must live on a very strict diet.
Incredibly, Heather and her family have no problem catering to Sy’s health and therapeutic needs within the comfort of their RV. You could even say it’s given the family the chance to further delve into their minimalistic lifestyle.
But with two girls and two boys, where do these children sleep? Guess you’ll have to watch the video below to find out!
On the Harger family website, Heather says, “We are a crazy and ordinary radical family of six that left a wonderful, comfortable life in suburbia U.S.A. (by Disney World, nonetheless) to move to South Africa in order to pursue our personal calling to do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly to those who are voiceless, powerless, and forgotten. Our goal is to break the cycle of poverty and bring dignity, restoration, and transformation back to communities.”