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    5 people
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    We have one and are a family of 5. It is in the bathroom and the day the kids all want their own privacy to shower/ use the toilet is the day it's not going to work well.

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    5 people 1 ensuite and 1 seperated bathroom and toilet.

    Works well until dp sends me sms to8let smooches when we are both on the toilet at the same time

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    2 adults and a toilet trained toddler using 1 bathroom which has the bath, shower and toilet all in it.

    Generally no issue, except for:
    - when we all had Gastro within the same week (I'm sure at some point, one of us yelled "THIS IS WHY WE NEED A BIGGER HOUSE", as they patiently waited for their turn)
    - me having Hyperemesis Gravidarum with my current pregnancy. I've resorted to using vomit bags and buckets a lot.

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    Three people (2 adults and a not yet toilet trained 2 year old), three bathrooms and three toilets, two downstairs and one upstairs. We bought our dream home earlier in the year so it's reasonably big.

    Obviously it works well considering the toilets outnumber the toilet users at this point!! I like the set up though, because the "kids" bathroom and toilet is upstairs and if we didn't have the third toilet, guests would end up using our ensuite toilet rather than traipsing upstairs.

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    2 adults and a 1 yr old
    2 toilets.

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    4 people (1 is 11 months old)
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    It's great we all get our own toilet

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    We have 4 people, 3 bathrooms and 4 toilets.

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    How many people living in your house?
    There are 6 of us.

    How many toilets?
    Just one toilet.

    How many bathrooms?
    Just one bathroom.

    Does it work?
    Yep! I don't see why it wouldn't work, to be honest? Everyone just waits their turn? I know our children are only young (between 8 and 2yo), but DH was in a family of 6 and his parents house only has 1 bathroom 1 toilet, they managed

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    There are 5 of us and one toilet/bathroom. It works, but it's less than preferable. 2 would be ideal.


 

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