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    Default Do you use a blanket with a grobag?

    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    Never have. DS likes to roll around in the cot all night. I just dress him more warmly in winter under the gro bag.
    Me too layers of clothes/ pyjamas under grobag. Less risk of suffocation IMO. Grobag recommends this also.

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    I always have, DD has never slept well without a blanket on top (even if its only a piece of muslin). She has started rolling around the cot and sleeping in different positions now and I still have to go in and put a blanket over her or she's up in 1/2 an hour.


 

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