You Couldn’t Wait Until They Moved Out! Now, You’re Moving In With Them!!

It depends on the current situation. Do you get along not only with your child, but with your son-in-law/daughter-in-law? If not, moving in won’t help. Does your daughter or son respect you and treat you well? Moving in won’t help. There are pros and cons that need to be discussed before moving in. You don’t want your grown children to treat you like their child, yet you can’t treat your grown children like children. I wanted to move in to save money, etc. Didn’t work out so I have my own place. I spend time driving back and forth but not on a daily basis. I would have helped everyone financially, but oh well.”
Valerie Baxter

I moved into a brand new apartment with my adult daughter. It was a brilliant decision. She has mental health issues, I have health issues, we look after each other. She can’t afford to live by herself. We get on really well anyway, we are best friends, so it was never an issue. My adult son lives with his father in another state, that is working out well also, for now at least.”
Carine Munro

“Hell yeah and live free after they lived free with me for 18 years.”
Rose Wright

“My mother asked us to move to Florida with her. It was not an easy transition for me. But I thank God every day we did. She was lost without my dad. She lived for 10 years with us, and I know she would have died within a year by herself. We got to know each other as adults! It was best for her and us.”
Sheree Macy

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