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I keep the lil kids toothbrushes in a bar of soap box in the bathroom cabinet and the big kids/adults toothbrushes in toothbrush holders in the cabinet. I don't keep them out anymore since I watched some news program where they showed how toilets spray even with the lid closed and contaminate stuff. yuck.
Jenifer....The Queen Bee
#12 is on the way
Due to the arrangement in the house, the Austin & Shayne tend to use the 1/2 bath all the time unless they are going to take a bath or shower, so their toothbrushes are in the cabinet in that bathroom, with the 4 of us that use the upstairs bathroom more consistently in a holder on the counter upstairs... well no, 3 of us keep ours in the holder - my oldest has germ phobias for some things, so his toothbrush in kept in a spot in the cabinet
Mine and dh's is in the medicine cabinet over the sink and I keep the kids' toothbrushes in a white cabinet that hangs a little higher up on the wall. They have suction cups on the bottom so they stand up on the shelf nicely. And we keep them behind close doors because of what UM said.
C...mom to A, C, E, L, I, and R
Wow, I had no idea about the toliet spraying, yuck! Ironically, we don't keep our toothbrushes in the bathroom. We have in the laundry room a changing table, huge sink and toothbrushes. My hubby drilled holes in the top of the counter (its wood) and each kid and us has a cup that drops into their own "holder". They keep their toothbrush and vitamens in their cup. We keep the 4 different kinds of toothpaste in a holder next to them. Works for us. And if we need another cup for another baby, hubby just brings out his drill and makes another hole. Very simple. We only have one bathroom, so we've had to be creative with space.
Jesus loving, homeschooling, gardening lover, devoted wife to a wonderful hubby and 10 kids, ages 13 down to 12.5 months . We are expecting number 11 due January 1st, 2015.