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    Default What did you do once bub started rolling re:wrap?

    Hi everyone. Im just curious to know what everyone did once your bub started rolling and you couldnt wrap them anymore (with cloth wrap/ swaddles/ love to dream,etc)? Did you shift bub into a sleeing bag or just covered them with a sheet/blanket?
    As DD has started rolling, i've tried tucking her in but she just doesnt sleep like that.. so looking at options !

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    I did try a grobag and for a while it work. but ended up finding my ds was just too active and wanted to the space to move around freely.
    Just a suggestion though, stay away from the thick Kmart/Target sleeping bags they sell around winter. Way too much padding and baby usually wakes up sweating or really hot.


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    Thanks for the tip about the target/kmart bags! one of my friends suggested to get those as they are cheaper but if they are of thick material than i wont get them..DD gets hot in even cool weather and breaks out in heat rash!

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    we use sleeping bags they are cozytouch brand
    cheaper than gro-bags but great quality and all the different thicknesses (tog ratings) as gro-bags

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    I just brought a sleeping bag from best n less $13.99 it was a thin one and they sell long sleeve ones too. Once my boys started to roll I stopped using blankets of any kind as he likes to sleep on his tummy the weather has been warm up here so he has been in summer pjs I have yet to wash the sleeping bag so have yet to try it

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