The baby is moving upstairs in a couple of weeks. All 3 kids are downstairs and we turned the main floor bedrooms into a master beddressing room and an office.
Would it be ok if my bedroom is upstairs and the nursery is downstairs.
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Downsizing is cheaper and easier while staying in your home. I second every word that sfoody53 wrote except the noise concern which was never an issue for us. I have no issues having the kids on a separate level and no reservations about moving the baby except that she is moving to a big girl bedno crib to keep her.
Close proximity to small children. Theres less privacy in a downstairs master bedroom as proximity to living spaces means more people walking by. The baby 2 is in a downstairs bedroom the big three are upstairs.
If you have a girl they could share a room. My personal experience shows that having a livable unit on the first floor is indispensable whether its the master suite or a spareguest bedroom as long as full bathroom is also present on the floor as opposed to a powder room most houses have. If you can fit a crib in your room then you could keep the baby in there until they are 1 and by then your 3 year old should be almost 5 and it would be ok for her to sleep in the bedroom downstairs and the baby could move in across the hall from you.
If you love your home and its location but feel the need to downsize your daily life creating a first-floor master bedroom allows you to close off the upstairs and do all your living downstairs. That said the plan is that when the kids are around 6-9 well add a 2nd storey with 2 bedrooms study area and sitting lounge for kiddies to occupy and reclaim a bedroom downstairs as guest room. Our bedroom is downstairs and the remaining bedrooms are upstairs.
So my little one is 4 months she is still in the bassinet in our room sleeping through the night thank god however our roommaster bedroom is upstairs and her room is downstairs so I have been so hesitant to try to switch her to her own room for the very reason that I am sooooo nervous with her being downstairs alone. Our master bedroom is downstairs too. Placing the owners suite on the second floor carries some advantages such as a greater sense of privacy from public rooms closeness to children and a better view.
The home we are about to renovate has the master bedroom upstairs with no ensuite. Harder to go up and down stairs as you get older. We are expecting in August and plan to keep the baby in our room for the first year before moving them upstairs.
You will also be super sleep deprived and exhausted adding those stairs might be a bigger deal then you think. I agree with video baby monitor in room also read recently that keeping bedroom doors shut helps in event of fire. I havent seen the place in the flesh as Im still in london my husband went to view at as hes been living in Dallas for the past few months to organise the business and everything else before we arrive.
I LOVE this house but am afraid of sleeping on a different floor then LO. I just put it into my head that we would take a slightly smaller bedroom upstairs near the kids and leave the master downstairs for guests. I currently have a downstairs master and upstairs kid rooms.
You never know when an injury or illness will compromise a family members mobility and necessitate having a readily available downstairs bedroom. Being closer to the living area means noise levels could be higher. For the first few months the baby typically sleeps in the same room.
We are trying to buy a home soon and we found one thats just what I want but the master bedroom and bathroom is downstairs and there is one small bedroom and one larger size bedroom upstairs and thats it. I would keep the infant in your room for at least the first 4 months. There are two other bedrooms upstairs with one bedroom downstairs.
Placing your master bedroom upstairs may be exactly what works for your family. All bedrooms on one floor. In general having at least one bedroom on the first floor isnt a bad idea.
You will be up and down those stairs 40 times a day. We have been using one of the upstairs bedrooms instead and will continue to use it to be close to the baby. When building your dream home you want everything to be perfect.
So our master is upstairs with kids bedrooms also upstairs but our daughters room is directly at top of stairs almost 4 and we have a 2 year old in other bedroom. It is small – too small for a bed and much of. My husband is pushing to move the master bedroom downstairs and use the existing master bathroom as an ensuite then utilise some of the existing sp.
We have two stories. You can make their stay comfortable private and luxurious by setting them up in a downstairs master suite. My husband and I are looking to buy a new house.
Cons to a Downstairs Master Bedroom. The upstairs activity above your bedroom could disturb you. My kids share one of the upstairs bedrooms.
All personal rooms upstairs. Once the kid gets a bit older you can put himher downstairs and have a small chunk of your life back perhaps. At this point the only bathroom in the house is on the main floor were working on that and none of the kids has a problem even getting up in the night to come upstairs to the bathroom I will be happy when this doesnt need to.
I was wondering if that would not be a good idea to have our babys nursery so far away from out bedroom. There is one we really like the problem is the master bedroom is upstairs and all the other bedrooms are downstairs.