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Babies, Clothes & Weed

My husband and I are trying to get pregnant, but we live in a small, funky space that isn’t ideal for kids. Due to a number of factors, we won’t be able to move before we have a baby. We can make the space work, but mine and his clothes will need to be moved from our bedroom and kept in the “man cave”, which is an attic that was converted into a loft. My husband smokes weed (it’s legal where we live), and he understands that he can’t smoke around me or the baby. However, my question is, is keeping our clothes in the closet of the room where he smokes dangerous for the baby since we will be holding the baby, etc.? I know that weed smoke isn’t the same as cigarette smoke, but I don’t know the risk of it absorbed into clothing. Thank you for your time.
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