I was asking about Vegas not our living situation.
I am from Indiana where it is unusual for multigenerational families to live together especially in apartments. In Arizona where we live now with it's high number of families of Mexican heritage it is very common. Before I moved in with my son and his family I called CPS to make sure there were no rules about the number of people in a househould. They were surprised someone actually asked and when I told me that I was asking about only 3 adults in an apartment (how silly of me, they thought I was calling about 10 adults or something) they said there was no problem. I called Nevada CPS and they said they had no rules about the number of adults living in an apartment. I do not anticipate any problems finding an apartment.
We looked at at least 20 apartment complexes in Tucson trying to find the perfect one (layout, flooring, washer & dryer in unit, ect) and not one had a problem with with 3 adults and a child in a 2 bedroom. My son's bedroom is huge and there is room for their queen bed and a twin bed my grandson uses when the family bed gets too crowded. There would be room for the Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper if we were staying here. Their room is much like a hotel room with a sink in the room and a bathroom. It is about the size of a hotel room. I have a room almost as large with my own bathroom and a walk-in closet. We will be looking for a large, nice apartment not a small apartment with 8 x 8 bedrooms and one bathroom.
They need me more than I need them. If I don't go they can't do it. I will be taking care of the children most of the time. They won't leave their children with anyone other than me. My grandson has a rare genetic disease and shouldn't be around other kids. He is sick almost all the time. She would rather work. With our bad genetic luck the baby will probably have the same disease. My DIL has been gone for days at a time, she is gone this week. She may leave in a week and go stay in a hotel in Vegas, not see her toddler son for 2 weeks, and I quess leave moving up to me and my son. My son works unusual hours and is sometimes gone overnight. They may both gone on the same night. She has done the job that she will be doing when they have needed her and all she needs is her laptop and she props herself up in bed. She doesn't need room for her job.
I said a two bedroom apartment because three bedroom apartments are hard to find, we want it to be non-smoking and we have other things about an apartment that are important to us. Three bedroom apartments are hard to find and the bedrooms are usually smaller and they have bad layouts. I said a great deal house not a two bedroom house.
The year my grandson was an infant we had recently to Tucson and all three of my adult sons, my DIL, and I lived together. Five adults and a very fussy baby (eczema related to a genetic disease) lived in a 3 bedroom house and it worked great. One son worked days and and one nights at the hospital (RN and phlebotomist) and we only had 2 cars. There were five adults to hold the fussy baby. We only moved because our house sitting time was up. We are used to living together when it makes economic or practical sense. I went through grad school (masters and doctoral) living in a tiny family housing two bedroom apartment (700 square feet), I had 3 sons and we homeschooled. They would only give the 3 bedroom family housing apartments to couples with 4 or more children. I am in luxury with my own bedroom and bathroom.
I'm not an idiot. I'm have a lot of life experience. Why do people say things like 3 adults can't rent a two bedroom apartment or that 5 people can't get along in a 2 bedroom apartment?
If someone asked about info about places I have lived I could give them them all kinds of info about housing, schools, activities for kids, doctors, restraunts, parks, ect. That is what I was looking for about Vegas.