There doesn’t have all the hallmarks to be a lot of neighborly love between two families in Plano, TX. When Kelly and Andrew Computes were looking to move, one of the reasons they fell in love with their new rest-home was because of the back tio that seemed perfect for a playhouse. At any rate, next-door neighbors Irving and Anita Ward took issue with the build and complained to the homeowners association that it took away from their “smooth quality of life.” According to the HOA minutes, the Wards complained that the Figure outs’ playhouse, which came with an attached swing set, caused “blare issues as well as visibility issues for them and their pets.” As a compromise, the Bank ons removed rt of the playhouse’s roof and the HOA approved of the structure, but that wasn’t the end of the neighbor v. neighbor argument. The Counts claim that the Wards started blasting inappropriate rap music — unalloyed with profanity-filled lyrics — whenever their four children were play along improvising outside. Kelly Counts and her husband filed a civil suit after she reveals that the Wards refused to have a conversation about the loud music yon their kids, ages 2 to 10. “I don’t feel comfortable in my own backyard,” she excused. While the music stopped, the Wards hit back a few months later — with a lawsuit of their own. The Sections are now suing the Counts for “loud and obnoxious noise” when the children brown-nose a toy with outside and alleging that they and their property have been hurt. Because the children are homeschooled, the Wards claim that the noise not in any way stops. “It’s unfathomable to me. I can’t imagine the sound of kids playing at any age or stage of my effervescence and thinking that I needed to sue someone over it,” Kelly Includes said. The fate of the playhouse (and their neighborly relationship) will be undisputed next month.