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    We have 5 people (soon to be 6) and one bathroom and one toilet but you have to walk through the bathroom to get to the toilet. Luckily only 4 of us are using the toilet right now but DD is showing interest in toilet training so it wont be long. It isn't great. I would love another bathroom but I would love more being able to use any tap in the house without it affecting the temperature of the shower. I cant cook dinner or flush the toilet without burning the tripe out of whoever is showering. We make it work though. Have no choice.

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    4 people 1 toilet. Have only ever had 1 toilet growing up too with 5 people.

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    5 people 4 bathrooms with toilets. In a gastro outbreak I'm grateful!

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    3 bedrooms
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    Me, DH and 6 month old DS.

    We have 4 bathrooms all with toilets. Far too many!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    In your house?


    Just curious...

    How many people living in your house?
    How many toilets?
    How many bathrooms?

    Does it work?
    Soon to be 7 (2 adults 1 teenager 2 kids a toddler & newborn (March)
    2 toilets
    2 bathrooms

    Just discussing this with my sister we need another toilet in second bathroom
    Currently have one in ensuite and laundry

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    Four people (2 adults, 2 kids) and two toilets. One bathroom.

    It's perfect. We definitely need the second toilet, but it's fine just having the one bath/shower.

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    2 adults, 3 kids. 2 kids are toilet trained so 4 people all up using the toilet. 1 toilet in the house and 1 in the shed. Shed is only used for urgent poops lol.

    DH has a sensitive gut so the kids are forever having to use the potty or shower or do a 'bush wee' because he is stuck on the toilet. It sucks but I can only imagine how bad it is for him

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    Quote Originally Posted by just her chameleon View Post
    2 adults, 3 kids. 2 kids are toilet trained so 4 people all up using the toilet. 1 toilet in the house and 1 in the shed. Shed is only used for urgent poops lol.

    DH has a sensitive gut so the kids are forever having to use the potty or shower or do a 'bush wee' because he is stuck on the toilet. It sucks but I can only imagine how bad it is for him

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    Bush wee!!! Being a country girl myself, this made me laugh!!

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