We believed children were simply potential people. They had their own ideas and perspectives.
And while we knew first hand how profoundly having a child could change you, it had never occurred to us that becoming a parent meant you had to stop being cool.

We wanted the same things for our children that we wanted for ourselves: quality, comfort and style. But once we began shopping for them, we couldn’t find anything we really loved. We didn’t understand why kids, small and vulnerable, weren’t introduced to the wonderful mystery of minimalism.