Today’s Guest Blog Post is by Heather Flett one of the co-founders of RookieMoms.com!
My family is expecting a new baby in less than two months. Since this child will be our third, we are fairly pressed for space before he even joins our home. Yikes!
See that amazing nursery? Get real! We don’t have space or budget for that.
My older two sons share a bedroom with bunk beds. Once the littlest guy is old enough, we hope that he can squeeze in with his brothers. Currently our extra “bedroom” does double duty as a guest room and home office where I work. The current plan is to transform the office-slash-guest room into an office-slash-nursery. During the baby’s infancy, we’ll simply stop hosting guests that don’t like to sleep on our living room floor in sleeping bags.
This is an exciting yet daunting challenge for my inner organizer.
What are the challenges of introducing a nursery within my workspace? Here are five that are keeping me up at night (when pregnancy-related discomfort is not):
What are some solutions?
I am excited to welcome a new family member into our home and hope that these tasks optimize our living space.
QUESTION: Let us know if you have any other ideas to help me with this tight space scenario?
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