Photos: Ordinary people, everyday lives

As little people, members of the Morris family are accustomed to answering questions about their daily lives.

Where do you shop for clothing?

Do you drive smaller cars?

How tiny is the furniture in your home?

“We’ve heard them all,” said Amy Morris, 33, who lives with her parents, Linda and Brian, her sister Andrea and Andrea’s 12-year-old daughter, Alicia Shanklin, in a four-bedroom home on Tucson’s east side.

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