Ingenuity. I think you have to have it to survive living in such a small space. We have to crate one of our dogs, Joey, during the day due to his severe separation anxiety. The shelter had told us he was rescued from an animal hoarding situation. He freaks if you leave him alone without the safety of his crate. Fred, our other rescue, does great without the aid of the crate. So, every morning, we put Joey in his crate with some toys, and go to work/school. Breaking it down every night, just to have to put it up again during the day got old, fast, so I'm working with it. I have limited counter space, so I put my chopping block on the top of the crate and have created an island work space. Since I'm
a midget 5'2", it's the perfect height for me to prep my meals.
Mornings with kids are hectic regardless of where you live or what you live in. Now that we are getting into a groove, I thought I'd prep breakfast for the week on Sunday night. I made these yummy egg muffins. Full of peppers, onions, ham and cheese, they were delicious. My kids hated them, naturally. It called for 8 eggs, which we have in abundance since we raise pastured chickens and eggs. But, I share this with you because I finally used my little oven! It did great! I did have to open the door to the camper because it got a bit smoky since the oven was set at 400 degrees.
I also installed this magnetic knife bar because of the limited drawer and counter space. I love it!!!!
No more major disasters in the camper since the flood. Our slide out did leak during a particularly heavy rain, but my camping guru friend has shared how to fix the issue.
Seriously blessed to have this life!