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I am just curious how others have handled this or similar situations.
Most of my DH's family live out of town, but many smoke. We do not, and do not want that in our home or near any future children. We are looking to purchase a new home this year and then start a family. I do not want the family, or friends, to get the idea that they can smoke at our house because when we have children (and will be trying shortly) we do not want them to smoke at all, period. Not even go outside & come back in. Nothing.
I know that may seem little "over the top" but I do not handle the smell of smoke well, it makes me nauseous, and we just DO NOT want any 2nd hand smoke or even just off clothes and skin to be in our home or most importantly holding our baby(ies).
Ideas? It is really that I just don't want to change the rules part way through living in our house. I thought it might be easier to just set them when we move & that's that.
** I forgot to mention that there are other babies on that side of the family & the family smokes around them, which is why we are concerned it will happen here.