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    Hi all

    what are you dressing your babies in for bedtime these days?!

    im in melbourne with warm evenings so bubs gets warm and wakes frequently. But then cools at night so wakes from being under layered...
    how do you guys deal with this issue?!

    Especially mums with temp sensitive babies like mine!

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    I used a pedastal fan to keep bubs cool in the evenings and then turn it off once it started to get cool.

    DD was dressed in light, warm clothes like a onesie and singlet at this time of year. She wasn't great with keeping blankets on either, but I tried!

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    Default Bedtime layers

    I dress 1 month old in a short sleeve onesie and a summer sleeping bag, and add layers of blankets over the top. I find it is easier to add/remove blankets through the night than remove or change clothing.

    It is a pain when it's stupid hot at 8pm but cold at 5am.....

    Eta: I also use a fan with a sleep timer for the older one.
    Last edited by Little Miss Sunshine; 03-12-2015 at 08:54.


 

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