Greg had opened every window in the house, and he even went as far as to suggest that we buy an air purifier.
According to him, when one has a baby six months and above, they should enhance their air quality systems.
When our baby started weaning, my husband would run out of the room when it was time for a diaper change. But our daughter would have none of that, every time he let she would start crying until he came back. It was pure bliss because Blair allowed only him to change her diaper when he was around. Before bringing her home, we ensured that the heat pump was in good condition and the air purification system was top-notch. We did not want to take chances with the indoor air quality, so we called the local business to ask what more we could do in that regard. They advised us to have the air ducts cleaned. They also did duct sealing during the duct cleaning since they discovered a leak in the ductwork. The only thing we did not do was buy new heat and AC products, but only because the estimated diaper budget would not allow for such a luxury. The good thing was that we had purchased a new thermostat just before we found out we were expecting a child. An air filter was the only new thing we bought for the house after the baby was born. We opted for a washable filter to clean it as often as necessary. We even had to look up the number of times one was allowed to clean it because, knowing Greg, he would make it a weekly hobby.