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Old 09-27-2010, 06:10 AM
 
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Honestly, I think this b&b owner is ridiculous. It is non of her business how you sleep in the room if the baby is allowed in the room! I would not mention it anymore and NOT bring the pack and play.Why inconvenience yourself by hauling even more stuff ? I would just be sweet as pie and not mention a thing.
If the fire marshall allows a baby in the room a baby cosleeping is not an issue, there are not fire regulations for an infant sleeping with their parents!!
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Old 09-27-2010, 06:22 AM
 
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So..........

Why would WHERE you sleep in the room be any of their business? What would/could they do if you were up late and fell asleep on the sofa? Or if DC fell asleep on the floor with her binky? Or you were all snuggling for a night-night story in bed and ALL fell asleep there?

I agree with PP-- I think the B&B owner is being ridiculous.

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Yep, sounds like a liabilty thing and you've settled it well.
 


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"why yes of course that would be possible" (subtext, "but we won't be doing it")
then when/if she asks about the baby sleeping
"the baby slept just fine!"
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