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We lock our doors at night, and try to remember to when we're leaving the house but it doesn't always happen.
My parents live about 5 minutes away, they don't own keys to their house. It hasn't been locked in the 20 years they've lived there, ev
Doors are locked at all times. Back gate is locked. We have an alarm system that gets turned on when we leave and at night.
We live in a big city.
Cars are locked, house doors are locked, shed is locked, garage door is shut (unless I'm in the front yard with the kids) -- all the time. We don't have a fence.
ETA: in the spring/fall, I will leave the house with windows open. We don't hav
Since we don't usually go out the front door it's usually locked. Although in the spring and fall its just the screen door. We never lock the door to the garage, but we mostly keep the garage door shut. The sliding glass door remains
I grew up in a very tightly locked up house. My mom made my dad do door and window checks every night and everything was always locked. This came from my mom's experience as a rape victim. Eek.
My husband on the other hand grew up in a hous
letranger:All windows on first floor and doors are locked at all times. Our gate isn't locked but we share access with our on
Front/back door locked. Garage door is usually closed.
Alarm is set at night.
Our cars are always locked and empty because I'm paranoid.
Our house is always locked whether we're in or out because DS is a runner. He figured out how to let himself out, so I got chains for the doors that should take him a while to figure out
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aggiecyd:Unless I have the windows open on a nice day, everything is locked all the time. I live in a safe area, but don't wa
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The front door and downstairs windows are always locked, but we leave the back patio door unlocked during the day. The back deck is more like a balcony, so it would be pretty hard to get in that way. We also keep our cars locked at all times.
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We live at the end of a private drive in the woods, so we don't worry too much. Our cars and shed are always unlocked. In fact, I guess DH accidentally hit the lock button on our one car the other day and I went out to get something and act
We have deadbolts on both doors, and locks on both storm doors. If it's nice, I leave the regular door open but lock the storm door, otherwise, the doors are locked day, night, when we're out. Our yard has a 6-foot privacy fence that has self-closing g
eaglesfan700:My car is never locked and the house is sometimes locked, but usually not