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Put Baby to sleep in hotel bathroom?

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    Nursie, not offended in the slightest! although, when you speak so scathingly, it would be easy to see how I COULD be.

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    aprilbaby - you are SO right. the bathrooms are certainly far cleaner than the kitchens are. I know for a fact that he would not get the 12 hours sleep he needs if he slept in the room with us.

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    Katboo great idea!!!! Never done it but would now!!!

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    Dear all

    Sleeping in the bath room must be amazing. However, talking about the hygien in the bathroom, if the hotel bathrooms share the same exhaust pipe, and the toilets share the same drain pipe, then the air inside might be not as clean as imagined. Anyway, if the toilet is in a differnet room, it's not a big problem. does anybody still remember the SARS breakup in Hong Kong? And many patients got affected in the same residential building? The disease spreaded so quickly because of the shared vent pipe in the building. It's quite common in the building design.

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    Never crossed my mind!

    When we travel, two sleeps on extra beds and the youngest one sleep with us, adn we can still watch TV.
    At home, the youngest one can still nap, even when her sister is having a friend over for a playdate.

    All our children are used to sleep with noises around them. It'll be easier in long run - not having to keep everything quiet when the little one is sleeping.

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    D could also sleep with the TV on. I would be afraid to put the cot in the bathroom, reason being we had a pipe burst in our bathroom a couple of years ago while we were sleeping and our entire flat was flooded by morning.
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    Must say I have never heard of anyone putting their baby to sleep in the bathroom but hey whatever works for you. I would never sleep in a bathroom myself so I cannot imagine making my baby do so. As far as TV is concerned well we simply don't watch TV when baby is around.

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    This is the first time I've heard about putting baby in bathroom.
    Wow! Totally mind blowing...

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