Mum shows off wardrobe she turned into bedroom for baby after running out of room – then defends herself against trolls

A SHORT of space mum revealed how she turned her wardrobe into a room for her baby son.

Mum Kara Krenz told she opened up her wardrobe for the tot.

Writing on the Tips to organise and declutter home and life Facebook page, Kara said: "BEFORE & AFTER, turned my master closet into my son's bedroom!

"There is no ventilation in the closet, we never close the door, and have a fan to circulate air."

Initially people were critical with some saying it was 'not right.'

One woman said: "As far as I know that is not right, for a room to be habitable for humans it must have a window according to the law in my state."

Another wondered if the baby would get too warm, writing: "Could get stuffy in there for your bb [baby boy] if you shut the door. Might just want to not shut the door or make sure to consider a fan."

Kara confirmed she had done this, making sure her lad wasn't too hot.

But others thought it was genius, saying her son was lucky to have such a savvy mum.

One woman said: "This is a mother’s love … you’re amazing."

There is no ventilation in the closet, we never close the door, and have a fan to circulate air.

Another added: "We did this when our 7th surprise was born. It worked out great with plenty of room. Comfy & cozy."

But people warned her she must keep it ventilated, adding: "It looks great. I have seen a few large closets with small vents in them.

"If you don't have one then please remember to keep the door open so air can circulate. You did an amazing job. Where are your clothes?"

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