OK guys, its inevitable that a baby will be coming into our lives sometime. What are you guys doing about heat for that room? We live in a 1700sq ft raised ranch (split level). 1700sqft total, 300 downstairs were the insert is. Built in '88, nicely insulated. The upstairs hallway is a typical ranch layout. Walk down the hallway, bathroom on right, followed by 3 bedrooms. One at the end, one on your left, and one on your right. The master bedroom is on the right. The only thermostat for the forced hot air for the whole house is in the middle of the hallway, across from the bathroom This is around 65 when we go to bed, 62ish when we wake up, and this is my stove running full bore. Our room is a touch colder, and we have a fan on low blowing out into the hallway. The other two rooms are always closed, and it gets pretty cold in there, i would say low 50s. When a little one arrives, we will be closing the door to that room. Even if we left it open, it would be low 60's which is way to cold. We do have elec. baseboard in each room also that i guess we could turn on in just that rroom, but we've never used that before. I guess we might be going back to the oil forced hot air, helped along a little bit by the insert.