We have three in a 2 bed house, kind of. My eldest is 19 and uses the caravan as his bedroom which means we have two boys sharing. We have the smaller of the two rooms and the other boys (15yo and 6yo) share the bigger room. We've put bunkbeds down the middle to split the room into two with the top bunk blocked off on DS3's side and the bottom bunk bloked off on DS2's side. They're still sharing a room but with a curtain the close off DS3's bit (he's nearer the door) it works really well.
I have a 3.5yo & 18mo who will be sharing a room - but not yet (!), in our case it is the 3yo repeatedly waking the 18mo that's the problem. My older two happily shared a room once the younger one was 2ish.
Also 2 children and 2 bed house here. DS was in our room til about 12m then in with DD. They are 4 and 5 now, bedtimes are still rather nuts with a fair amount of arsing about TBH but they wake me much more than they wake each other somehow. Now in bunk beds BTW, sensible DD on top.
We live in a tiny two bed room house and are expecting our second child. My DD (2 years old) sleeps beautifully through the night - bed at 7pm, awake 6-7am. We are planning on having the baby in with us for first 6 months but I'm wondering when they can share a room?
DD1 didn't sleep through the night until around 1 year old. I sleep much better when babes are not in the same room as I'm a light sleeper and disturbed by every snuffle. How do we manage or do we move to a bigger pad?