Your child should
have her own room. Although not a legal requirement in most jurisdictions, it is an expected standard. Having her own room also helps prevent spurious complaints of improper behavior and/or living arrangements from being lodged against you. False allegations
have been made in situations where there is only one room, and for that reason alone. For infants this isn't a serious issue, but the older the child the more important it is that he or she have their own room, especially if the child is of the opposite sex.