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Hiding Little things if you Live with your parents


Lilcuddlebun
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I still live with my parents and it’s hard trying to be small at home. My room is little and it’s hard to hid things like my diapys. Right now I have them hidden behind my music folders and purses. I was thinking about getting a big overnight bag or something. I don’t have enough room in my closet, drawers or under my bed. I only own two onesies and they are just laying out under my stuff. My pacis are in a little bag that is kept on the other side of my bed. What do you guys think I should do?
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For this tip I'm going to suggest what my parents used to do with my Christmas presents when I used to go snooping- get a suitcase or small carry on with a lock and lock it, it works perfectly and it's something every person usually has anyway, plus if they wonder why there's a lock on it you can just say you didn't want to lose the lock or something and they can slide under your bed or in your wardrobe too :)
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You can buy things online using your phone, which your parents shouldn't be going through, using a prepaid credit card, which they can't track.

 

Most companies will ship discretely and your parents shouldn't be operating your mail.

 

If any of that is an issue then it may be time to set firmer boundaries or look for your own place.

 

Little kaiya

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I have a similar problem at home too, so I definitely relate to you. :'( Although it's more of the fact that I've always had so much cutesy pastel things and they despise it because my parents are so minimalistic and try to urge me on getting rid of basically everything I own because they see it as "useless". However, I find that it's easier to hide small things like pacis, diapees, and bottles inside a duffel bag and stuff it in the back of wherever the "trash void" of your room is. As for onesies, there are more "big" alternatives like teddies in mainstream stores like Forever 21 and you can wear them as an excuse of, "It prevents it from wrinkling and having to not tuck it in all the time" sort of thing. Or perhaps wear onesies and wear jeans, trousers, or a skirt paired with the onesie. It makes for a somewhat discreet look. :) And Clair is right. No one is too old for stuffies and blankets. If perhaps you have a friend, you can buy stuff online and have it mailed to your friend's place (assuming that you told them to expect the package for you and that they're not the type of person who snoops through other's mail) and pick it up from them.

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I know I already posted but somebody mentioned packages and keeping them secret- a great time ordering things online is Christmas or anytime somebody in the house has a birthday because you can just use the old "it's a surprise, shhh...." If anyone asks questions about the parcel.
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Guest littlesoftie

I keep my pacis in a little tin box that can be locked. It's really meant to be for change but it works for pacis too. The lock gives me peace of mind. Also they come in really cute designs, the one I have has sanrio characters on it!!

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This is very relevant to me right now. Currently I'm hiding my lil stuffs in a suitcase---packing for a trip, doncha know! When I get home I think I'll transfer them to a duffle bag. 

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