How A Family Of 18 Went From ‘Dirt Poor’ To Living In A Mansion – Big Family
Most parents want to give their kids all the world, but many of us have to do it on ahem normal salaries — which makes “the world” considerably smaller. With the big family that salaries haven’t enough for them life. That why parents have to do work hard and more effort, give thier children’s life better. For the Nelsons “We were dirt poor … I mean dirt poor,” the mom shared.
When Tiffany Nelson and her husband, Benji, first got married , they had hard working , they each had six jobs. “I worked in an ice cream shop and I was also a distributor of newspapers — in the morning Benji and I went deliver newspaper bundles to all of the paperboys,” she said of their humble beginnings. They also sold salt to local grocery stores so they could apply it to roads when it would snow.They did everything if have money.
They sold that house two years later for double what it cost to build. Again, it was enough incentive that the two decided to build their own subdivision featuring 24 lots that could be used for homes. The lots sold, and with the money they made from the sales, the two decided to build a house for themselves.
in 2008 they have 10 children , some one is biological, some one is adopted. But the couple hit a snag during the 2008 recession and ended up bankrupt, they lost everthing , that they had built adn worked hard for over 10 years time. The bad truth, all their efforts, thier dream, their children futures. They had started again.
Losing everything eventually caused the parents to stop their workaholic ways and spend more time with their kids. The two managed to rebuild their development business and even supplemented their income with Tiffany’s day care business, which she said was very successful.