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    4 bedroom house 3 kids. All have own rooms. They have shared variously before and we had toy room. But now older we decided time for own rooms for homework/studies/ personal space. Eldest in high school.

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    We have 3 bedrooms and about to have 4 kids the older 2 will share and the younger 2 will eventually share but bub will be in our room for awhile. Tight fit but that's all we can afford.

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    We have a 4 bedroom house and 3 kids. DD is 8 and has her own room, DS1 is 6 and has his own room and DS2 is 8 months old and is still in a cot in our room.

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    1 child, 3 bedrooms.

    DD will never share a bedroom, as even if I were to fall pregnant today, she'll have about a 9-year age gap between her and a sibling.

    I don't plan on having anymore than 3 children, and 4 bedrooms won't be too hard to find. I would only really make them share if it's what we had to do to survive, but given the choice, we'd always choose a house big enough for individual bedrooms.

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    4 kids 3 bedrooms, two kids to each room for now, but we plan to extend and convert the house into 5 bedrooms, we may use one bedroom as a study/spare bedroom for guests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tubster View Post
    How many kids do you have and do they get a bedroom each?
    I have 3 kids but they live with their aunty. There are 4 bedrooms there which they share with cousins (2 in each room, my eldest niece who is 13 has her own room though. I have a two bedroom house so when my kids come and stay they have to share.

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    2 kids and 4 bedrooms.

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    When I was younger we had a bedroom 1 bath house - 3 of us slept in one room and then the baby stayed in the other room with mum and dad. We were perfectly happy :-)

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    2 kids and 4 rooms... On occasions we may change the rooms around and the boys end p sharing a room because they want to, it doesn't usuall last long though


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    Growing up their was 4 us (3girls 1 boy) us 3 girls (2year and 9 year gap between us) shared a room while lil bro got his own room. It was hell !!!!!! Specially when I was 14 sleeping in a room with a 5 year old.

    As ling as the gap isn't to big I think it's one when the gap is more then say 2/3 years it just sucks


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