My many daughters have typically shared a room! Even though our house has enough study rooms for them to have their own rooms, the women wanted to be together.
Every time I suggested that they separate as well as create their own residing space, they refuse because they prefer being close. They were born only a year apart, so they’re practically twins as well as they can’t be separated. A few weeks ago, my daughters began arguing about something surprising. They were both uncomfortable with the temperature in their study room during the nights. One girl gets really sizzling in the night while she sleeps, so she prefers to have a cooler study room. The other girl doesn’t moderate up unquestionably well, so she prefers to sleep in a warmer temperature, however neither of them could change the temperature because only their father as well as I had access to the control unit, however I listened to them argue over the temperature anyway. I was interested to see what their solutions were. The first girl who wanted more air, wanted to sleep with a portable fan beside her bed, however my other child said the air was blowing onto her as well as she couldn’t get moderate enough, but she also didn’t prefer the sound coming from the fan. Then, they both approached myself and others as well as told myself and others that they wanted separate study rooms because they had unusual temperature preferences. I can’t recognize it took them this long, or that it would be the temperature that brought them to their own study rooms. I’m curious to see how long it lasts.