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    Default How many kids do you have? And how many bedrooms in your house?

    How many kids do you have and do they get a bedroom each?

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    3 kids. The two boys share a room, dd gets her own room and there is a toy room for all of them. My kids only sleep in their rooms so


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    Three kids, each have their own room

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    2 kids - boy ( 3.5 yrs), girl (1.5yrs), and they share for now. We have an office in our third bedroom, so they'll be sharing for a while yet :-)
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    I have 2 kids and live in a 2 bedroom house so my boys have to share. Doesn't really matter though as they sleep in my bed anyway. They don't seem to care for their own personal space either. Their bedroom is really just a place to store their clothes and junk.

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    5 bedrooms. 4 kids. 2 share. Newborn in our room for at least 6 months.

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    2 kids, boy and girl. We have 3 bedrooms and eventually they will share. DD is in the study atm, but we don't have much living space so she will be getting kicked in with her brother once she's sleeping through.
    Maybe that's why she's such a cruddy sleeper, she doesn't want to share

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    5 bedroom house, 2 kids! Dd has her own room, ds is in our room and there is a playroom, guest room and a study. Guest room and study will soon combine to make way for ds's room

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    One child and we live in a 2 bedroom apartment so sharing isn't an issue

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    2 kids in a 2 bedroom unit. DS (5mths) is in with us at the moments but if he ever sleeps through he will move in with his sister


 

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