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We moved to a new area when my daughter was 3 and downsized to live in a walkable neighborhood. Her room was designed as an office nook next door to our bedroom. We added French doors to bring in some natural light because it has no windows, but use sheers to mute it at night. The room is 6'3" by 7'4". Initially it fit her toddler bed (which is crib sized), a glider and a dresser. It was tight but it worked for sleeping. She is now 7 and is still happy with the room. We have since converted her toddler bed to a full size bed. It pretty much fills the room but she has room for a narrow bookshelf, and we have another shelf on the wall. It is very cozy and has the feel of a sleeping loft. Her toys, many of her books, and clothes are kept elsewhere. We actually have a bigger room we could use for her, but that would put her on another floor, and we all prefer this arrangement. This is a long way of saying, babies don't need a large room for sleeping--just someplace with a door that you can close.
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