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We keep the clothes from each house separate - it makes things a lot easier. At each house, the clothes she came in go into a bag and passed on next time the parents see each other/get dropped off. But DSD has one of everything at both houses.
At ten and eight, I would guess that the kids could keep their clothes separate from their step-siblings. Heck, even the six year-old could probably do it with a reminder.
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