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Jan 31, 2011


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I've been dealing with this issue lately! We have 3 bedrooms and our 3rd kiddo is arriving in April. We decided to move our 1 yo and our 3 yo into the same room and they love, love, love it! unfortunately, I think we're moving the 1 yo back out until we HAVE to have them share. she requires (on average) about 2 more hours of sleep per night than he does and when they are together, she doesn't get it and that leads to grumpy kids and a grumpy mom. I'm throwing in the towel for now and we'll try again later. or maybe new baby will just share with whoever works best when the time comes!! I think flexibility is key!


We don't get the luxury of deciding who sleeps with whom. All 3 are going to have to share since we only have a 2 bedroom place!


Alisha - we have 3 under 3 in the same room (34 months, 19 months, and 5 months) and it works out great. I put my 1 and 2 year old to bed at the same time and they usually "talk" themselves to sleep within a few minutes. The baby goes in after he is done breastfeeding about 30 minutes later. We do have a white noise machine on all night, but in all honesty when someone is screaming it definately doesn't drown it out! However, they have all learned to sleep through others waking up.

We do have our house on the market so we can upgrade since I am trying to conceive #4, but I really don't think it would be that bad with a 4th in there if we can't sell it!

Ruth Pfeiffer

For centries children have been sharing rooms together and was able to live through it. My husband grew up in a house with only two bedrooms and he was one of three boys. They all had to share the same bedroom. The bedroom was sectioned off for each one and they learned to respect each others area. Don't get me wrong because kids will be kids and there are going to be some problems but you work through them. At least in my husbands case they were all boys. My youngest son has two children, one boy (age 2) and one girl (age 5) and right now they do share a room together and that is going to be an issue real soon as how he is going to separate them because his house only has two bedrooms.


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