They make the tiny amount of space work by carefully editing their belongings (something I could probably do more of!).
My favorite piece of sage advice coming from Kelly has to do with how they raise their child in such a compact space: "People tell you need all this stuff for a baby," Breslin says. "All you really need is diapers, a place to change him and boobs." For more about their house and lives, read the Los Angeles Times piece here.