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Wolfy 18 kids; Oklahoma 2920 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting Amanda Contento:" the reason CPS was probably called is because they bought a new tv and the diet supplement. I don't understand ... [snip!] ... but I spent it on my kids and nothing for myself. I need bras etc but I'd rather buy my kids clothes, shoes, food or toys."


:!: Exactly this is my major problem and why it would really piss me off. I mean I literally had one pair of pants that were falling off me, like ripped to ribbons, after I had my youngest and when people sent me money to help I spent it all on my boys so that my oldest had new clothes for this year of school and my youngest had clothes and diapers and wipes and what not.

Wolfy 18 kids; Oklahoma 2920 posts
Sep 19th '12

Why is it bras are always falling apart, I mean the under wire comes out they fray and break at the most inappropriate moments. . . why can't they make cheap bras that last! . . . random off topic. >_>

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
Sep 19th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .Colleen.:</b>" Really? I don't see a problem at that age. My kids shower together."</blockquote>




My kids do, as well. Boy/girl, 5/1. Or they did until recently.
but from a law aspect, I'm sure CPS finds issue with it, since they dont even have separate beds.

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 47029 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting .Colleen.:" Really? I don't see a problem at that age. My kids shower together."


I don't see a problem at that age, either. My son is almost 5, and my daughter is 3. They have their own bedrooms, but they love having sleepovers. I don't see anything wrong with it at all. Last night they both slept in my son's room and watched a movie. Big whoop.



ETA: We all co-bathe too... I take a shower with my almost 5yo, my 3yo and my 5 month old...

greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting Wolfy:" Why is it bras are always falling apart, I mean the under wire comes out they fray and break at the most ... [snip!] ... and break at the most inappropriate moments. . . why can't they make cheap bras that last! . . . random off topic. >_>"


lol all my American Eagle bras fall apart but Target ones last forever!!!

Jo&M 2 kids; Delaware 3311 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting Wolfy:" Why is it bras are always falling apart, I mean the under wire comes out they fray and break at the most ... [snip!] ... and break at the most inappropriate moments. . . why can't they make cheap bras that last! . . . random off topic. >_>"


I'm still waiting for expensive bras that don't fall apart! It's hard to find the 38E I need. Then they cost me $40 a piece, then they last like 3 months. Comeon.

greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting *Cade*Mak*Col*:" I don't see a problem at that age, either. My son is almost 5, and my daughter is 3. They have their ... [snip!] ... and watched a movie. Big whoop. ETA: We all co-bathe too... I take a shower with my almost 5yo, my 3yo and my 5 month old..."


The problem is because they dont have their own beds....not because they like sleeping together.

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
Sep 19th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting .Colleen.:</b>" What basis do they have for this? I mean, I can't beleive it. f**k me, the government is not going to dictate where in my house my kids sleep."</blockquote>




Here there's a 2 person/room rule/law, at least where we live.
we had DD in our room but had to claim she shared a room with DS. Because DH and I were the "2 people".

Wolfy 18 kids; Oklahoma 2920 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting *Cade*Mak*Col*:" I don't see a problem at that age, either. My son is almost 5, and my daughter is 3. They have their ... [snip!] ... and watched a movie. Big whoop. ETA: We all co-bathe too... I take a shower with my almost 5yo, my 3yo and my 5 month old..."



I think the problem isn't them sleeping together on the occasion but that they don't have even their own beds or rooms.

MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 47029 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting Becky☮Will:" The problem is because they dont have their own beds....not because they like sleeping together."


Eh... I still don't think that's a big deal at that age. Maybe that's how they've always slept and how they are comfortable sleeping? They are young!

Wolfy 18 kids; Oklahoma 2920 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting Mayhem ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting .Colleen.:</b>" What basis do they have for this? I mean, ... [snip!] ... at least where we live. we had DD in our room but had to claim she shared a room with DS. Because DH and I were the "2 people"."


Huh?

Jo&M 2 kids; Delaware 3311 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting Mayhem ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting .Colleen.:</b>" What basis do they have for this? I mean, ... [snip!] ... at least where we live. we had DD in our room but had to claim she shared a room with DS. Because DH and I were the "2 people"."

Jeez, I'm breaking that one then. DD sleeps in a pack n play in our room because she likes it in there with us. She's 8 months and probably not leaving our room any time soon.

greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting *Cade*Mak*Col*:" Eh... I still don't think that's a big deal at that age. Maybe that's how they've always slept and how they are comfortable sleeping? They are young!"


BUT it's illegal. And they are different gender so they wouldnt be allowed to share a room either way, even if they had their own beds.

greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
Sep 19th '12
Quoting Jo&M:" Jeez, I'm breaking that one then. DD sleeps in a pack n play in our room because she likes it in there with us. She's 8 months and probably not leaving our room any time soon."


My son slept in my bed with me until he was 2. I had a crib next to my bed but he never once slept in it :)
He went right to a twin bed.

user banned 2 kids; Bat Cave, North Carolina 64587 posts
Sep 19th '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Wolfy:</b>" Huh?"</blockquote>



We are not allowed more than 2 people to a room.
if we had 3 kids as opposed to 2, we wouldn't be able to stay in our 2 bedroom.
how is that confusing?