On a weekday afternoon, Elvia Baies’ two teenage daughters finish up their school day while her younger children, a 4 and 5-year-old, play on tablets.
Baies asks them to turn the tablets down and then points out the tight space where they’ve lived for nine months.
“This is obviously the room that we're sleeping in, our two beds, we have a TV across from the beds,” Baies says.
On the far end of the room, she opens a door.
“Our bathroom, and our tub, our sink, along with our kitchen.”