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    3 - one in the lounge room, one in our bedroom and my dad has one in his room (which he's only here when he has to work so it's barely used)

    We have only used the one in our bedroom a few times, it's nice to relax and watch a movie. Tv is the lounge room is on a lot as I like background noise when it's just me and DS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    One, in the lounge room.

    I hate it, it just seems to be a big distraction from life and dh automatically turns it on which drives me crazy. I used to watch it all the time when dh did shift work as I was lonely but now he is home every night it just seems unnecessary unless there is a specific program we want to watch.

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    That's why we're moving ours out of the living area in our new place. They take up space and the default setting is to flop on the couch and watch it even when nothing is on (for us anyway).

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    One in the play room;
    One in the family room; and
    One in the theatre

    Very happy with our set up and wouldn't want any more or any less. Not a fan of TVs in bedrooms and definitely would never opt for one in there.

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    2 - one in the lounge and one in our bedroom. Is nice to be able to lay in bed and watch trash TV while dh is watching sport. The one in our bedroom was a saviour during night feeds. Ds took a long time to feed when he was younger and I also used it for ambient light for the night nappy changes.

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    1 tv, in the lounge.

    Will be getting one for our room when we move though.

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    3 - one in the loungeroom
    One in my bedroom
    One in my little sisters room

    Now that my sister is 17, she watches her own things so it seemed reasonable. I watch a movie before I go to sleep and ex-DP usually uses the living room tv.

    I recognise that our situation is unique though.

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    Media room
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    And all the bedrooms except for 1 (only this yr we have put TV's in the kids bedrooms and I'm happy with the outcome).
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    One in the living area
    One in our bedroom that only DS uses if he wants to watch a dvd occasionally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    That's why we're moving ours out of the living area in our new place. They take up space and the default setting is to flop on the couch and watch it even when nothing is on (for us anyway).
    Where will you move it to? Unfortunately we don't have anywhere else to put it.

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    3 - living room, family room and our bedroom. We won't be getting any more tvs.

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