DS knows all of this. He makes 30,000 a year. When he is home all he does is eat. He eats all the cereal and snacks. And then packs a lunch.
Is it wrong of me to tell him to buy his own food??
***first, thank you ladies for all the replies and support! I greatly appreciate it. One of the reason I was questioning what to do, is because whn we transfer next year DS is staying because of his job. He won't have a choice but to get his own place. But, until then, you ladies are correct he needs to start providing for himself a bit.
We are going to tell him to pay for his own cell phone, half of his car insurance and 200 for food. This comes to 400 a month. In turn we will put 100 up each month for him without him knowing. When we transfer he will have a security deposit for a place.
Thank you again!