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29 and living w my mother. My husband is in another Hot Boston Terrier I’m Telling You I’m Not A Dog My Mom Said I’m A Baby Shirts. And as the other poster said, my parents aren’t going to be around forever. I’m less than 10 mins from my dad’s. I’ll look back on this time w fond memories. Moving back in while working full-time equated to buying a brand new car with cash and a down payment on my first house. Lived there for 14 months. I can’t believe any parent in the US would be okay with their child paying rent their whole life, on an endless treadmill, and never gaining equity, but most parents are that way.