Where do you draw the line with dorm room guests?

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  1. Janepod

    Janepod <font color=royalblue>The new dinning plan is out.

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    My question is, where does this child live the rest of the time? Also... Why in the world would you want to expose a little kid to the sorts of behavior that occur in a student dorm?

    I'd be pitching a fit if I was in this person's situation.
     
  5. clh2

    clh2 <font color=green>I am the Pixie Stick NARC at my

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    I'm the mom of a college freshman, DD is now in a single room. Life is much less stressful. ;) (How's that for a very short story of a bad roommate situation!)

    This is just wrong. wrong. wrong. I realize it may not violate the policy...but common sense says this is just wrong.

    With the new semester on the horizon, maybe the non-mom can move out to a different room, and leave the mom and her kiddo to themselves.
     
  6. clh2

    clh2 <font color=green>I am the Pixie Stick NARC at my

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    Don't forget about the days!
     
  7. Shutterbug

    Shutterbug Some Say........

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    This is sad that she now is responsible for a 4 year old.
     

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