The kids, Jessica especially, seem to think that I am making unreasonable demands. Or just ignoring them. Maybe she thinks I don't really care? I want grooming supplies to live in the bathroom. She shares a bath with thank you. LOTS of room there. So why is her deodorant uncapped on the floor next to the recliner in the living room? Her hairbrush usually anywhere else but there. We tried having her keep the stuff in her room. It got lost or ground into the bed, carpet, whatever she dropped it on. In the last 3 months she has lost 4 deodorants, 2 toothbrushes, toothpaste, and I don't know what else. thank you has started this. He was "cleaning" the bathroom and threw away his toothbrush and toothpaste, comb and something else I forget. He did find them, so we didn't fuss much. Jessie just drops them wherever and will NOT pick them up unless I stand over her. Why can they not stay in the bathroom? thank you leaves hers alone - he has his own. Do the rest of you constantly find hairbrushes on the kitchen counters or the floor or sticking up from between couch cushions? Deodoran with-o a lid on the floor or in a basket of clean laundry (NOT washed with the laundry, thankfully!)? How can I get through to her that this has to stop??? Even making her buy them with her own money, or with money she earns from chores has no impact. Any ideas? I cannot make her do too much in the way of work because she is still fighting the shakes and is falling a lot. But it is NO excuse for this. Thanks for letting me vent and sharing ideas!