With nine bathrooms and seven showers, you’d think that there’s be more space for every child to sleep, but this isn’t the case. In fact, all of the kids still living with the parents have to share two bedrooms with each other. One bedroom for the boys, another for the girls.
We’re guessing that privacy is pretty much out of the door, assuming it can slide its way past all of the children’s belongings. Not like there was very much privacy in the first place. When one child leaves home, the others probably breathe a collective sigh of relief while feeling guilty about their sibling’s departure.