My dad is a Katrina survivor. He lived in a small town near New Orleans and his home was completely destroyed. My dad came to Houston to stay with my husband and I and our 3 children until he could find a place to live. My dad does not want to go back to Louisiana, so he's decided to stay in Houston. Thats great cause Dad will be living in the same city as us. When he lived in Louisiana it was such a long car trip to go see him. However, he does not seem to want to move out of our house. My dad is in his 60's and is perfectly able to live on his own. He is not poor by any means and has the money to buy a condo or something. I'll ask him about moving out, and he just puts me off every time and says he'll start looking next week. But the weeks keep on going by and he hasn't even made a phone call about finding a condo to live in. I love my dad and I want my children to continue to love their grandfather. I grew up living with my grandparents and that caused a lot of tension. I did not have a good relationship with the grandparents I lived with but had an excellent one with the grandparents I didn't live with. I no longer speak to the grandparents I lived with. Of course the grandparents I lived with were not nice people at all. I want my kids to love their grandfather and I don't think that is possible if he continues to live us. My 15 year old son and my dad have started having arguments, and my son has been a lot more moody since my dad came to live with us. My dad will tell my son that he can't do something when my husband and I have no problem with it. We are the parents, not him. When my dad came to stay with us I told him it was temporary. He just won't leave. I don't want to be rude, but when I told him he could come stay it was not an invitation to come live with me and my family. I want to be able to raise my children without the interference of my dad. How can I politely get my dad to move out?