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It does sound like if you just go around topless after the baby is born, you might drive him out!
If he doesn't move and this seems to become really long-term, you could consider adding another bathroom eventually.
I totally understand how hard it is to live with family. Dh and I have done it a few times since we've been married and now my parents live in a little house on the same property as us. But it might be kind of handy having grandpa around after the new baby comes. Grandpa could give your ds lots of extra time and attention while you are with the new baby. Plus you could nap when the baby is napping if grandpa was there to play with ds, hold the baby while you shower or use the bathroom. I guess I'm trying to say that if he doesn't move out try and look at the bright side.
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