The two of them have been in the same bedroom (Humuhumu's) since Keiki stopped breastfeeding in the night at around nine months old. It's become increasingly clear from the bickering that they now need their own spaces. We had originally intended to renovate the upstairs of the house before separating them. As this has proved impossible to achieve over the past nine months, we settled for patching up the plaster and paint, and shifting Keiki into the bedroom that had served as the spare room prior to the downstairs extension.
We need some additional furniture: bookcases and an adequate bedside table for Humuhumu for a start. We will also see how the sleeping tonight goes, but they both seem delighted. This entry was originally posted at https://nanila.dreamwidth.org/1333058.html. The titration count is at .0 pKa.