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    Default What does baby wear to bed

    I get so paranoid if my son is too hot or cold going to bed with what I dress him in. We live in Melbourne so it's winter at the moment but we do leave the heater on.

    What do you put on your baby when going to bed? Including blankets.
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    I'm in Melbourne too. We leave the heater on in his room (on low but warm enough to keep the chill out). My ds is 15 months old he wears singlet, winter pj with socks and a winter sleeping bag with long sleeves. I also use a flannelette fitted sheet.

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    Before DD was walking she wore singlet, bonds suit and sleeping bag, no blankets, or just one light one to stop her rolling.
    When she started walking we switched to the fleece footsie PJs (with singlet underneath) and a blanket.

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    My DD wears a singlet, jumpsuit and sleeveless sleeping bag. Her bed has a fleece matress protector and she sleeps under a sheet and doona with a heater on low to keep the chill out.

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    I'm in Melbourne too. DD wears a singlet, a Bonds wondersuit, a long sleeved winter sleeping bag and we heat the room to 17 or 18 degrees celsius.

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    Mine wears a singlet, jumpsuit, we wrap him in a blanket and then put a blanket on top is that enough it too much? We leave the heater on as well


 

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