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    I was unsure about this too. The grobag website recommends trying to maintain the room temperature by using a thermostate (sp?) heater. They have more info on there too about what clothes to put bubs in which might be useful for you.

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    I use Merino Kids sleeping bags. They only come in 2 temperature ratings; above 18deg and below 18deg. Being wool, they breathe and can't overheat. I usually go for the warmer bag, with bare legs underneath and long sleeved arms.

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    I live in NQ so Summer = short onsies, Winter = long onesies. She wouldn't use a blanket until she was school age.

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    I put the thin one on & either swop them at bed time or if it's cold enough just put the thick on straight over the top.

    Sometimes I have to put socks, long pants & jumpers on too. I just leave her in the cot and do my best to roll her gentally while I put on more layers.

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