DS is sleeping in our bedroom but I'm thinking of moving him into his nursery. The internet hub (connector?, not sure what it's called) is in the nursery so we have to put the router in there. I've heard somewhere that too much wifi waves are harmful to baby's brain. Anyone has the same problem?
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22-05-2012 21:10 #1
Wifi in nursery
22-05-2012 21:23 #2-
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I wouldn't stress about it too much.
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23-05-2012 12:21 #3
My husband thinks it's fine too. I'm just too worried thinking DS would be surrounded by all the waves from the router in that room.
23-05-2012 13:07 #4
our router is in DD2's bedroom (carefully disguised under a nappy bix.lol)
hasnt seem to had any ill effects
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23-05-2012 13:11 #5
I have a wi-fi baby monitor on my DDs cot.
Never been a real concern here.
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