We don't have tvs, only a portable dvd player for long car trips or when she needs to stay awake for an event.
Bedrooms are for sleeping. Anything else attachs an expectation of activity and fun to that room, and it's harder for them to sleep when you need them to.
All DD has in her room is her pet cage, bed, bedside table with a lamp and clothes dressers.
There's a seperate toy room for the activity items.
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09-01-2012 17:52 #41
09-01-2012 18:25 #42
I love TV - however I'm another who doesn't believe in TV in bedrooms. Bad idea in my opinion. A few years ago I had a TV in our bedroom when I was sick (bedridden) and it wasn't long before I found that I *needed* it on (muted) to go to sleep. Not healthy.
DS is 2 and he loves certain shows, but I can't see him having a TV in his room ever.
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