|View Poll Results: How do you have your shower curatins when not in use?|
|pulled closed - the shower curtain looks pretty and makes everything look nice||162||93.10%|
|left open - the white tub/shower makes the room look bigger||12||6.90%|
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Peggy: full-time shift-working mama to Kiddo (Nov|04) and Babygirl (May|11). Fiancée to Babe. Step-mom to Tween, my bonus daughter (Sep|00). Currently TTC - http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/3c1739
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But, in reality, the shower curtain often stays open. If we need to hang any laundry, the curtain NEEDS to stay open so there's room to hang the stuff, and with the washing machine in the bathroom, my bathroom doubles as a laundry room.
Ruth, single mommy to 3 quasi-adults
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Mom to DD1 (11/1999), DD2 (07/2003), and DS (11/2012), all born at home and cloth diapered.
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The other bathroom has a tub/shower and we pulled out the shower doors a long time ago because I hated cleaning the bathtub with the tracks and being pregnant and knowing it'd be just as much of a pain once the baby was here. When anyone comes up the last set of stairs, this tub/shower is the first thing they see. I prefer they (we) see a pretty shower curtain than the boring shower surround. DD only has one shampoo and one conditioner in sight, so I don't care about that. More important to me than the visual appeal, though, is I don't want mildew growing on the liner.
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