dd wants to have her own room. she is five now, starting school next summer. ds, 3, is pestering her, sometimes, but they pay together beautifully and sleep in a bunkbed together. She wants to play with her tiny toys without somebody destroying or taking away what belongs to her or kind of coloring on her sheets and stuff.
They are both spirited, at least, and going to be evaluated for ADHD this year. (DD at least - DS might still be a bit young). There are some sensory issues as well.
I tried to give her her "own" corner in the room, where she can color and have her doll stuff, but it not possible to keep ds out of it (does not have doors)
She is crying sometimes and begging for her own space. Their playroom is massive, like 45 square meters and it would not be difficult to make two not to tiny bedrooms out of it, but it´s so nice for them to have such a big room to play and run and climb. I don´t know if that would still be possible with the two smaller bedrooms. I don´t really want them to have their own room, because I think it's so beautiful to play together and learn together and to get along together.
What do you think? It would be possible to get her her own room, both financially and practically (it´s basically just another wall, not difficult, not expensive)
What do you think?