After finding numerous stains on the bedroom carpets, cups, dishes and old food piling up and their rooms I told my kids no food in their rooms. I also had read an article about controlling allergies and it suggested keeping food out of kids' bedrooms because it can attract bugs and it can cause mold. My kids completely ignore this request and I have had to constantly nag them about it. My 15-year-old said "all" of his friends are allowed to have food in their rooms and he doesn't see why he shouldn't. Could you give me an idea of how many of you allow your kids to eat in their rooms, even if you'd rather them not but don't want to fight that battle.
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