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    Default Winter babies and sleep

    So I'm feeling like a first time mum again. What is everyone dressing their wired newborns in to sleep??

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    Oops winter babies

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    Subscribing....I'm expecting number 3 but my first two were both born during heatwaves! Really looking forward to cold winters night snuggles!

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    I was thinking a grow suit and nice cosy wrap, then tucking into bed with a nice warm blanket. We need to be aware of overheating.

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    I had asked the same question last year before DS was born. Depending on how cold your home is. I had him in a singlet, a onesie, a Bonds wondersuit, socks and wrapped in a cotton wrap.

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    DD was a winter baby. She generally slept in a nappy (obviously), singlet and wondersuit. She was swaddled in a cotton wrap (lil fraser wrap) or zipped up in a Wrap Me Up, then tucked in with a cotton sheet. I added a light blanket on really cold nights.

    You'll be able to judge it once bub arrives. I think the general rule is one more layer than you've got.


 

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