The kids love their ceiling fans and their parents are desperate for them to stop.
The children have gotten used to the sound of the fan blowing through the walls and ceiling of their room.
But they have a problem: they cannot control the noise.
They have not learned how to adjust their volume, which is causing their ears to bleed.
So they spend hours in front of their parents and complaining.
Their parents tell them that their kids can’t hear anything they’re saying.
The parents want to change the problem.
They want to buy a new fan or find a replacement that can quieten the fan, said Michelle, a 31-year-old from Atlanta who has three boys and two girls ages 8 and 11.
The problem is that many of the fans that parents buy are expensive, but they are expensive because there are no alternatives, she said.
That makes it hard to afford to replace the ones that are broken or out of date.
The cost of buying the fan and replacing it are much more expensive than the cost of fixing the fan itself, she added.
But there is a solution to that.
The Children’s Association of New York has been collecting feedback from the parents of the kids who use their ceiling fan, and has launched an online petition asking the state of New Jersey to require that every family buy a fan that does not exceed 2.5 amps and that the noise can be controlled.
The state of California has also started requiring fans to be quieter than 2.0 to avoid the risk of hearing loss.
But many states have not yet done so.
The parents in New York and California have come up with a way to control the fan’s noise.
The petition was started in early November and received more than 300,000 signatures.
Its backers are concerned that parents in the state will not be able to replace their ceiling air fans with quieter ones because of the federal government shutdown.
The states can make this change because it is part of a broader effort to help children and their families cope with the impact of the shutdown, said Michael J. Smith, the state director for the Children’s Alliance of New Mexico, which helped fund the petition.
If the federal Government shut down again, the government would not be providing money to the states for building new air-conditioning systems and furnaces.
So many of these programs will continue and we could see more parents and families with older kids getting their air-cooled rooms replaced because of this.