Why do some people think it's wrong that your 24 year old is still living at home? I have plenty of friends whose kids still live with them. Do they get asked the same questions?
Why do some people think it's OK to comment "Oh! He's still at home"? "Didn't he go to University"? Yes he is and No, not everyone wants to go to Uni.
Why in these uncertain times would we "kick him out"?
Here's the lay of the land.
He's saving like mad to buy his own place as he doesn't want to rent. How is he supposed to do that when house prices are so high and you need a 10% deposit as a first time buyer?
He has a good job but doesn't want to stay in this area. He started looking for another position but then we had a global pandemic so was happy to stay put for now.
We hardly see him, He has a great social life and circle of friends both here, in Scotland and in the USA. (Although we've seen a bit more of him since lockdown started!!)
He's a great housesitter when we go away for the weekend. Not that we've done much of that recently.
He pays his way.
Why then, is it "Wrong" for him to still be at home?
How old were your kids when they left home? (not counting those in the USA that go to college straight after High School).