You can never be too careful when you are pregnant. Babies in utero are extremely vulnerable to toxins, so my suggestion would be to avoid the area completely while someone else does the work. Also, if you are applying anything to the floor it would be a good idea to do some research on the toxicity of the products. You might consider calling a green building supplier in your area or online and asking questions about renovating while pregnant. Believe me, from my own experience these people know a lot more about product risks and indoor air quality than most doctors because they hear about people developing chemical sensitivities all the time. Anyway, much more to think about than the vibrations, which I wouldn't worry about. So frustrating to have to think about the risks when you are in nesting mode. I'm going through the same thing right now.
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|4/1/09 8:25 PM|
We love this kitchen. So creative. Just wondering where you were able to get the wood cut. We've had problems getting cuts at Lowe's and Home Depot. Also, how did you attach the shelving and divider that you added inside the RAST table?
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|1/17/09 12:48 AM|