When it comes to parenting, is there such a thing as "perfect?" Ever?
Of course not — but that doesn't mean we don't try our best, for better or worse. And in Kevin Wilson's "Perfect Little World," Dr. Preston Grind sets out to right as many wrongs he can't possibly right when he creates The Infinite Family project in the backwoods of Tennessee, bringing together nine sets of parents and single mom Izzy Poole.
It's the laboratory version of "It takes a village" and then some.
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