(Closed) Married and living with family to save money

posted 7 years ago in Money
Post # 3
1718 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I think you need to think what you what is best for you.  It isn’t ideal but it works and that’s what it matters.  I know a lot of people feel like school is something you must do immediately and “get it over with” but school is costly!  If you and your Fiance have that plan set-up, I’d stick with it.

DH and I are currently LDR.  (We got married while we were still long distance.) And, I am living with my parents right now while DH is living with a roommate.  It’s no picnic but it’s the most convenient and prudent for us right now. 


Post # 4
2355 posts
Buzzing bee

What does your aunt say about you staying longer?

Its a sign of the times and this has become the new norm. Children could find good jobs out of high school, get married and support a family of four on a factory job. Those days are gone. The eco still sucks (I dont care what anyone says) and the jobs aren’t around. 

If it works for you and your aunt and yoru Fiance well then thats all that matters.

Post # 5
546 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

We’re in a similar situation. We’re moving in with my parents a few months before we’re married, and we’re staying a year to save for a house. At first we wondered if it’d be weird once we’re married, but if we don’t move in and save money we probably won’t have a house for about 5 years. Also we’d have to reconsider having a honeymoon, even though ours is very reasonable. We’ve both been on our own supporting ourselves through college and we’re paying for the wedding. I think you should do whatever is right for you and your husband, but honestly I don’t think it’s that shameful so long as you help out whoever is letting you stay and it’s for a designated timeframe. 

Post # 6
1063 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

@MagNCheese2014:  You’re living in an english basement, like most other young people in DC.  So your aunt is your landlord, so what?  I don’t see any reason why you should leave that situation, honestly, as long as it’s working for everyone.

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