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    Default Mom cleaned my room - stuff missing

    So, whilst I was out of town on business my mom took it upon herself to clean my room for me which while I admit I appreciated it very much, there is a bit of a problem: my Nuk 5 paci, a onsie and my $80 pair of custom made shortalls are now nowhere to be found. I hope she didn't throw them away! Under my bed I found my other onsie and I was extremely relieved to find my teddy bear there as-well. I don't what to do. Kind of hard to ask your mother if she's seen your baby clothes. If she would've taken my teddy bear I would have cried.

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    At age 24 I think you have a right to ask. There may be a more political way of asking, like....have you seen all of my clothes, the emphasis on all. I understand, my house, my rules, but only up to a point, especially when it involves things that cost a lot of money.

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    well I sure hope you get your stuff back, like dog boy said, you will have to find a creative way of asking what she did with them.

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    Yeah. I guess something like dogboy suggested may be the way to go. They were expensive and they were made to my design and they mean a lot to me. Plus, taking a dude's pacifier is just mean!

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    At least she didn't take your diapers. Maybe she knows you needed them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck View Post
    At least she didn't take your diapers. Maybe she knows you needed them.
    I wonder why she left my diapers and teddy but not my clothes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnd567 View Post
    I wonder why she left my diapers and teddy but not my clothes?
    It honestly sounds like either a mistake or things were moved somewhere else in the course of tidying up and you don't know where now. I agree with dogboy, ask politely and politically, there's no reason to beat around the bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchieRoni View Post
    It honestly sounds like either a mistake or things were moved somewhere else in the course of tidying up and you don't know where now. I agree with dogboy, ask politely and politically, there's no reason to beat around the bush.
    Thanks. I will.

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    In the wash mabey she washed them I hope for your sake.
    My mom I was 38 cleaned my room trashed my baby stuff we had a shouting match.
    Two weeks later I moved out.
    Never went back.

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    I think you should ask politely, even if it is difficult I'm pretty sure you don't want to lose something worth $80

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