My neighbors had a two-bedroom apartment, 3 boys and a girl. Their daughter took the walk-in closet as her bedroom. Worked out fine for everyone. I don't see the safety concerns really; there are plenty of beds on the market that are just as enclosed as this closet would be, although I would put an storage under the bed rather than over it.
Is it OK for Kids to Sleep in the Closet?
|3/29/12 3:07 PM|
I have plants all over the house, but we also have a medical grade air purifier because I and my older son (4) have allergies which quickly develop into asthma or asthma-like symptoms. My sister is also very sensitive to anything in the air, because she lives in an area with high air pollution, so we use the purifier when needed to take a breather. It gives our lungs and immune systems a break, interrupting the allergen exposure-reaction cycle so we can heal up. It's been a big help. We also live in the PNW, and have lots of issues with mold, and the purifier helps with that as well. As I said before, we only run it when we need to, otherwise we get as much fresh air as possible :)
Do You Use an Air Purifier in the Nursery?
|3/12/12 10:46 PM|