Should I move back with my parents?

I am a year old law student. I’m in my last year of law school and I currently live with my yr. old daughter. I am considering moving back home with my parents. I have enough money to meet my monthly bills but not a lot of extra money. Rent is my biggest expense. I like having my own apartment, but I want to save money so I can buy a house and pay off my non-school loan related debts before I graduate/take the bar (BTW the bar exam is in July ). My older and younger brother live with my parents, my sister is in college, but will be home on breaks.

My daughter and I would have to share a room, and I would put all of the furniture from my apartment into storage. What do you think? I mean I’d be giving up the freedom to have my own, but as a single parent, it’s not like I have the life of a regular bachelor anyway. Plus I’m single, and I don’t want to be forever. What do you think “the ladies” will think.

My daughter is all for it; she loves being around my mom. My brothers are cool with it. It’s not really changing anything for them. My step-dad would probably prefer that we all move out and stay out, however he is cool with it too. Okay…answer away!

One more detail…My mom is all for it. I want to find a wife soon :)…Do you think that potential suitors will be turned off by the fact that I live w/my parents?

I say go for it! There a lot of people that do the same thing,there is no shame in it at all.You’ve done extremely well and you should be proud of yourself and your accomplishments.Not to mention that your daughter would also benefit from this.I think that your mom would most likely be delighted.Don’t worry what others think of you.You have to think of yourself and your daughter at this time.Hope this helps you out and good luck to you!

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You didn’t mention how your mother feels about it. As a mother and grandmother, I would not be too happy. In my house I have a law that states, “once you move out – you must stay out.” My husband and I, just as your parents, have worked hard all our lives for our family, and in our old age we want to spend quiet time together. We fulfilled our obligations as parents so now it’s up to the children to take care of themselves. Give your mom and dad a break and don’t move in with them. You may have to do without some things for a while, but after you pass the bar you will be on your way to better things.

If you move back home you will have to live by your mother and step fathers rule and be considerate of all others in the house if you think you can do that it probably would help you get ahead . Don’t treat it as free board and lodgings pay your way while your there

tough choices in life, huh?

she’s going to need a room of her own soon. perhaps by then one of your other brothers will have moved out. if not, you’ll still have about two years before she needs her own room.

a responsible parent, like you, could have, with a little luck and support, your finances in a better state in two years.

i say go for it. a good family helps each other out. your parent’s time will come. remember the good and forget the bad and enjoy the new memories you’ll all create together.

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with kindest well-wishes,

yim: iggy_mon

No, don’t move back into your parents’ home. Live on the streets instead. Being independent is what matters, right.

y not ,right now your just loosing money

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    I say go for it! There a lot of people that do the same thing,there is no shame in it at all.You’ve done extremely well and you should be proud of yourself and your accomplishments.Not to mention that your daughter would also benefit from this.I think that your mom would most likely be delighted.Don’t worry what others think of you.You have to think of yourself and your daughter at this time.Hope this helps you out and good luck to you!

  • You didn’t mention how your mother feels about it. As a mother and grandmother, I would not be too happy. In my house I have a law that states, “once you move out – you must stay out.” My husband and I, just as your parents, have worked hard all our lives for our family, and in our old age we want to spend quiet time together. We fulfilled our obligations as parents so now it’s up to the children to take care of themselves. Give your mom and dad a break and don’t move in with them. You may have to do without some things for a while, but after you pass the bar you will be on your way to better things.

  • If you move back home you will have to live by your mother and step fathers rule and be considerate of all others in the house if you think you can do that it probably would help you get ahead . Don’t treat it as free board and lodgings pay your way while your there

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  • tough choices in life, huh?

    she’s going to need a room of her own soon. perhaps by then one of your other brothers will have moved out. if not, you’ll still have about two years before she needs her own room.

    a responsible parent, like you, could have, with a little luck and support, your finances in a better state in two years.

    i say go for it. a good family helps each other out. your parent’s time will come. remember the good and forget the bad and enjoy the new memories you’ll all create together.

    with kindest well-wishes,

    yim: iggy_mon

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  • No, don’t move back into your parents’ home. Live on the streets instead. Being independent is what matters, right.

  • y not ,right now your just loosing money

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