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Today, I would like to offer some thoughts on how to best care for your 336-month-old baby. I am doing this in response to the study from the Institute of Social and Economic Research saying five million adult children, aged 252 months to 420 months, have moved back into the family home and it’s not the regressive step as popularly supposed. They benefit. They feel safe, they feel supported, they experience “improved mental health”, they’re spared “the struggles of living in high-cost, poor-quality rented accommodation”, a big cause of anxiety.
My baby is 336 months, as I’ve said, and he has just moved back home, albeit temporarily, so I’m in a good position to advise. If any of what follows seems familiar, it could be