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Should parents keep children out of their bedroom? Why or why not?


 

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    Bennym 4 years ago

    That is all well and good until your kids turm into teenagers and wont go to sleep until late at night. Then where's your intimacy time! As adults we need a private sanctuary an what better place than your own bedroom?

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