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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    Im in brisbane also. DS3 goes to sleep in an all in one with the fan on. I turn the fan off when I go to bed. Works well for us.

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    Do you cover him with something?
    We have a fan on as well but she is still too hot in 2.5 tog sleeping bag and seems too cold in 1 tog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LajlaD View Post
    Do you cover him with something?
    We have a fan on as well but she is still too hot in 2.5 tog sleeping bag and seems too cold in 1 tog.

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    Nope, we haven't used a blanket or sheet in the cot since he started rolling, he moves around too much and it doesn't feel safe, as I woke one night when he was around 12 weeks old to find his face under the covers.

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    We put bub in a leg-less onesie (long sleeves) on colder nights we put socks on him, during the day we put 1 tog gro bag, & at night a 2.5... His nursery is usually 20-22 degrees... Have a look on the gro site... They have charts on what they should be dressed in with relation to room temp.

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    I started following the guidelines of how to dress DD but found it didn't really work for us and have since stopped. If I'm cold, then I dress DD in what I am wearing to bed (keeping in mind that my duvet is approx 10 tog). My LO currently has a singlet, footed onesie and a 2.5 tog bag (Im not in Brissie). I also keep in mind that body temp's also drop while your asleep/still.

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    Same here, the chart on Grobag site doesnt feel right to me as my bub was freezing when she was younger and we were following it.

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    What about a 1 Tog sleeping bag for now & the 2.5 for when it gets colder

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    What about a 1 Tog sleeping bag for now & the 2.5 for when it gets colder
    I think that might be the best for now. Some nights its sooo chilly and then all of the sudden one night it will be soo hot..annoying!

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    Now: In a onesie with a singlet underneath. Cotton sheet and slightly heavier blankie on top which I put on him before I go to bed.
    Once winter hits: singlet, long sleeve no legs onesie, coverall onesie (cotton), top sheet and 2 blankets. Oil heater on low all night. Ds sleeps better when he wakes up all toasty warm

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    I keep her room at about 19/20degrees so she wears singlet with zip onesie and in her love to dream lite swaddle covered in a sheet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LajlaD View Post
    I think that might be the best for now. Some nights its sooo chilly and then all of the sudden one night it will be soo hot..annoying!

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    If it gets particulary colder during the night sometimes i tuck a medium weight blanket over my DS and hope for the best

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