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    Quote Originally Posted by GM01 View Post
    I know it's not a new question, but hoping someone could humour me

    What do you dress newborns in over the peak of summer?

    DD was 4-6 months corrected over summer and we constantly had her in singlet suits or singlets and nappy covers and that's about it for the Perth summer.

    This bub will be born mid-December and I know that brand new newborns need a little extra than slightly older babies, but how much? A long sleeve bodysuit instead of a singlet suit? Or a lot more?

    TIA!
    I have been wondering the same thing... but for QLD. I thought the covered onesie for in hospital due to the aircon and being Summer it will be quite cool and I know I'm always cooler in hospital.

    My DD1 was born at the end of Feb and I don't recall having to have her in too many layers apart from in hospital but that is the end of Summer in QLD.

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    The general guide for dressing babies is what you're wearing plus an extra layer - usually a light wrap in summer. The reason bubs in SCN are bundled up is a) the air con and b) their immature systems that are still learning to regulate their temperature. Term babies have got that down pat within the first few days of life, so don't need to be bundled up as much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I had two WA summer babes and they wore t-shirt length onesies, singlet onesies, t-shirt/singlet and nappy cover or light weight pants and they'd usually as newbies have a light weight wrap over them. Some nights they'd wear a long sleeved wonder suit just depended on the temperature.
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    This exactly for my WA summer bub. Often she'd be wrapped at first so just a singlet and nappy. She hated being wrapped until the weather cooled down though.

    We had evaporative cooling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eilonwy View Post
    Yes we only have air con in one room so if you have ducted air con you would want more layers
    Yeah we have ducted which is why I could put long sleeves on her.

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    This will be our 1st summer in perth from a much cooler state. Bubs is due october. I have bought a variety of clothes as I wasnt sure what to dress bubs in.

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