What is the biggest mess in your teenager's room?
What causes the most trouble, or is the most disgusting?
The smelly socks is something I don't like to smell so my boys are great now and chuck them under their beds so I don't need to see them (just smell them:)
But they are pretty independent, able to clean, wash and cook for themselves so I really can not complain:)
My son hurt his knee a few years (a genetic knee cap dislocation thing he gets from my wife) so he wears a soft knee brace when he is playing baseball. This thing gets stinky because he is sweating in it and sometimes he just leaves it on the floor. When he does it makes his room, and the hallway into our daughters room, smell like nothing else. That is really disgusting.
by Marty82 7 years ago
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by Amy Gillie 6 years ago
If you could change one thing about your teenager's bedroom, what would it be?
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by alphagirl 6 years ago
How do you encourage your middle schoolers to strive and do their best when their tendency is to do as little as possible to get the grade? This laziness also leaks over to NOT keeping room clean, leaving things like clothing on the floor, not bringing dishes over to sink to help and not...
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