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    I don't see what the issue is, they're little kids. I couldn't stand my sister so shared with my older brother for years. Even now when I go home I share a bed with my little brother and we are 28 and 20.

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    I would have the baby in your room for at least the first 6 months and ideally longer and then put them with the 2 year old as they might have more common interests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeamummy View Post
    I would have the baby in your room for at least the first 6 months and ideally longer and then put them with the 2 year old as they might have more common interests.
    This is exactly what I'd do too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeamummy View Post
    I would have the baby in your room for at least the first 6 months and ideally longer and then put them with the 2 year old as they might have more common interests.
    I would do this also, have the two youngest share initially or after bub has been in your room.

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    I have ds and dd1 in separate rooms as we have rooms for them but the buggers sneak in and out to eachother all the time! They love eachothers company nothing wrong with it. The law thing made me laugh though!

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    I was told about the "law" by children's services, as a previous poster said I would say once going into puberty. From memory I think they said oldest child nine.
    I can't see how it can be a law as such, more as a welling issue.

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    Thanks so much for the replies! I think partner wanted to keep up space 'ours' but I think it will be more practical to have the baby in with us anyway, at least initially. Interesting to know about the 'law' or 'requirement'. I guess, remembering back to puberty, I didn't even want my sister to know and really wanted a lot more privacy. It's a long way off but definitely gives me a perspective is not thought of.
    Thanks again!

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