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#1 of 2 Old 05-25-2005, 03:10 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Ok me and dh have been thinking about this all spring since summer is the best time for paining, moving rooms around ect. So we have a 3 bedrom trailor, and our kids are ages 5 y/o boy, 3(almost) girl, and 9 month old girl. right now ds and dd1 share a bedroom with a bunk beds but both of them usally sleep on the bottem together since it's a full sized bed and the this is in "austin's room", abby's room just has toys and boxes in it right now (getting ready for a yard sale). So should we pain both rooms and give austin a room of his own (which is the smaller of the two and what is "abby'sroom now) or should we leave it and when allison is older they can all "sleep" in the bigger bed room in austins room and then have the smaller bedroom as a toy room? ? ? WWYD?
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Since they are still young, I wouldn't bother with separate rooms.
My children are both girls, but here is what we did since they ended up sleeping in the same room anyway.

We took the bigger of the rooms and made it a toy/homeschool/reading/craft room - I even had my desk/computer in there for an office. The smaller of the two rooms we put their beds and dressers.

Just an idea,

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