1. liz22
    June 26, 2012 / 7:41 PM

    I'm so glad you posted this because I need my second DD's room to be open now and just can't decide if it is worth it to put them together, or deal with the reason I need her room in another way…Do you have any advice for me, having a 4 year old and an 18 month old? The 18 month old can't talk yet and I'm doubt she would understand "rules". Should I just go for it and pray? I am worried about falling asleep, waking early, and how naps will go, bc my 4 year old naps about 75-80% of the time but takes about 45 minutes to fall asleep… and then she ends up napping about a half hour or more longer than my youngest.

  2. liz22
    June 26, 2012 / 7:42 PM

    I should have added, my 4 year old is starting preschool in September and I agree it should be done during a "break" from activities, so do I wait all the way until Christmas. I hate to not have that open room until then… maybe I'm worrying too much?

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    June 26, 2012 / 9:54 PM

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  4. Erin
    June 27, 2012 / 4:09 AM

    I was wondering what kind of clock you have where the light turns green? We are going to be moving our son and daughter into a room together because we also have a new baby coming. My daughter currently has a pink clock where it lights up on the cow sleeping when she is supposed to stay in bed, and then the light jumps to the cow dancing when she can get up. It works great for her, but I am wanting to find something more gender neutral since I don't want a super girly room for my son! He hasn't had a clock yet, so it will also be a learning experience for him. He just turned 3.

  5. Brittany W.
    June 29, 2012 / 3:19 AM

    Interesting! Thanks for the play-by-play. I only have one child but I'm sure one day I'll be searching for this very topic 🙂 You're doing a great job mom!

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