Episode 25: Two Families, One Roof


“Normally, when we tell people that I live with my sister, both of our families live together, it’s all seven of us at one house, they think we’re crazy and kind of give me those bug eyes like, ‘You say what?’” –Synclair

“I feel like most of the time people don’t get along like with their siblings to how well Nishi and I do and people don’t get along especially with their in-laws the way that you guys do.” –Synclair

“I think there’s probably been maybe a year and a half since 2012, that we haven’t lived together.” –Patrick

Nishi and Synclair are sisters. They grew up sharing a house with their aunts and uncles in addition to their parents. Now, they’re married with children and share a house together again. Four adults, three children under one roof. They find the community this offers, more than makes up for the difficulties.

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Sites: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Colony,_Texas

Resources: The Hot New Millennial Housing Trend Is a Repeat of the Middle Ages

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