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trilevel homes and kids
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Submitted by newdad on September 15, 2017 - 4:24pm
So I have been to a couple of tri-level homes recently. You enter into the middle floor (typically by climbing up a stair of flights) which has the kitchen and living areas. The top floor has the master bedroom and the bottom floor has more bedrooms.
Am wondering how this would work out with a kid as he would be sleeping 2 floors removed from parents.
I am not really worried about security (well I am, but I can get burglar alarms) I am more worried about if he will just be too scared to sleep alone so far away from parents. Or if he wont find it to be much different than sleeping in a room next to his parents.
I can imagine that once he gets to say middle school and up, this will likely not be an issue and might also be preferable (parents get some real privacy)
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