Replace the nursery door with some sort of screen door. I really don’t want to keep the nursery door closed at night, but I definitely don’t want our cat to go in there. For cats especially, but for a lot of pets and kids, baby gates aren’t exactly effective. I’ve seen indoor screen doors used on kids’ rooms to provide a level of privacy while parents can still keep an ear on what’s going on in the room.
I have been searching on the internet and it seems my only option is to replace our normal door with a screen door in the nursery. I was hoping to find a screen mesh that fitted over the door frame and therefore not have to remove our door. However I don’t like the idea of shutting the door on the baby completely. I’ve seen a couple of netting screens that you can attach in the door way as a compromise. I also had the cat in the baby’s crib because I would not let him in my bedroom. I found the only way to keep him out was a screen door.
I’m also wondering if we should bother getting one of those extra-tall gates for the door to the baby’s room, or if we should install a screen door (which DH thinks is crazy) for when we’re going in and out of the room to check on the baby or do middle-of-the-night feedings. It has been the perfect solution for our odd shaped door going into our finished basement. A baby gate won’t work, as the cats are pretty agile jumpers. Reader Cate dropped us a note: Dear Ohdeedoh, We are about to welcome our first baby in May and have a dilemma: How will we keep our three other babies out of the nursery and crib – i.e. our cats! Our cats! Our nursery will be pretty modern (see attached pic) and the only solution suggested to us thus far is putting a screen door up – which is unsightly.
How To Keep The Cat Out Of The Nursery?
The one we loved the most is putting a screen door on a kid’s room. ) I had to admit a screendoor is a lot less bothersome than constantly putting up and then taking down a baby gate. If you keep the babies room door shut whilst bubs is in with you, the cats may then get used to the fact that they are not allowed in there by the time you do put baby in there?Probably a very stupid idea but just a thought!!. I think there is a stair gate in the mothercare catalogue which has a proper screen rather than bars. Keep the nursery door closed or fit a screen door when baby is asleep, but make sure Puss is not accidentally shut inside the nursery. Indoor screen door for baby room. Indoor screen door for baby room. x Close. Photo Gallery of the Disappearing interior screen doors add beauty and function. Close the door to the nursery when the baby is napping. If there is no door to close, either install a temporary screen door or hang mosquito netting over the crib to keep the cat out. Old screen doors are often overlooked, but there are a number of ways to update them for your home! This screen door was upcycled for a baby’s nursery!
Necessary To Keep Cats Out Of Baby’s Room
So we replaced the regular nursery door with an inexpensive screen door. I am pregnant and have heard that there are these internal screen doors that people can get to keep the cat out of the baby nursery whilst at the same time allowing me to keep an eye on the baby and not by totally excluding the cat from the new arrival and the goings on. Can be used on any gate, outside door, or screen door giving access to the pool. Electrical outlets pose a hazard to baby in nearly every room of your home. I put a screen door on our nursery to keep our cat, Cleo, out of the room.