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Opinions needed~ Wifey

The situation: A bracket to the drip pan from our water heater snapped and leaked water that has come through the ceiling. It is in the attic. Our ceilings are two story as the stairs go up to several bedrooms. My son's room is at the top of the stairs where the dry wall will be removed today, exposing the attic to the top floor (and rest of the house since it is open concept). About a 5 foot section right outside Tate's room.

Where does he sleep tonight? He is 6.5 months, and we just got him in a pattern of taking naps in his crib, and staying in his crib all night.

1) His own room with the door closed.

2) Pack and play that currently has no sheets/pretty rough surface.(stuck at home with contractor to shop) Put in our room downstairs.

3) Take his crib mattress and put it on our bedroom floor.

It should be patched up by tomorrow after it remains open to dry out. I don't expect a walker to crawl out of the ceiling, but you never know what is in the attic of an 8 year old house. Ugh...

 

 

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Re: Opinions needed~ Wifey

  • If his room is fine, I'd leave him in his room. I definitely would not put him on the mattress in your room. J would have rolled right off at 6.5 months. Or if you're worried about his room being near the open ceiling, I'd go PnP. It's one night - he'll be okay IMO :)

    Thanks for your input. Tate rolls around his crib a lot, and DH suggested the mattress on the floor and I thought he would for sure roll off. They are opening the ceiling as I type... :-S

     

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    Clomid 50mg,100mg,150mg | Injectables + IUI#1 & IUI#2= BFN
    IVF#1~ 8/2012~ 13 frosties~ BFP! OHSS
    12/4/12 Luke & Kyle born @ 18 weeks
    SHG+ Hysteroscopy+ FET= BFP | Cerclage+ Lovenox+ 5m Bed Rest
    ~Our wee guy is here! 11/27/13~

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  • Can you move the crib into your room?
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  • Can you move the crib into your room?

    It does not fit through the door, and we just put him upstairs a few weeks ago. We so didn't want to take it apart again, especially since his bedtime routine has him out by 6pm every night and DH wouldn't be home to help...excuses excuses. Thankfully, they closed the hole, and will complete tomorrow, so my wee guy is slobbering on himself in the crib in his own room as I type :D

     

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    Me:41/ lean PCOS, 2 clotting disorders, IC/ DH:41~ TTC since 1/11
    Clomid 50mg,100mg,150mg | Injectables + IUI#1 & IUI#2= BFN
    IVF#1~ 8/2012~ 13 frosties~ BFP! OHSS
    12/4/12 Luke & Kyle born @ 18 weeks
    SHG+ Hysteroscopy+ FET= BFP | Cerclage+ Lovenox+ 5m Bed Rest
    ~Our wee guy is here! 11/27/13~

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