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    I dont know how you keep your kids under their blankets/covers. My 2 yr old son climbs out of his bed clothes constantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HouseOfFun View Post
    I dont know how you keep your kids under their blankets/covers. My 2 yr old son climbs out of his bed clothes constantly.
    I tuck him in nice and tight

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    I tried tucking our DD in and she got caught up all tangled with her head under the blankets and woke up crying so i dont tuck her blankets in anymore. She sleeps in a singlet, pjs and a sleeping bag. I hope shes warm enough but i worry about her getting too warm!

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    My son is in a toddler bed so I cant put him in a sleeping bag. I have a heater in his room and put socks on him but I do wonder whether he wakes early because he is cold.

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    Try all in ones for bed. My dd is 5 soon and still wears them in winter. It gets cold so in winter at 2 she would have flannelette fitted sheet and pillow. Long sleeve top and tights under a nice fluffy thick all in one (target) and a blanket or 2. Has always kept her warm even if her blankets come off.

    Eta - Also when sick with socks with vicks vapor run on the soles of her feet.

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    we were layering our 2 year old with several layers as he was kicking covers off but just discovered the bedSok this winter -it's a zip up all-in-one flannel sheet set . . so we use it and just place duvet on top. We have him in a fleece onesie and he has never slept so well as no longer waking up cold. has anyone else tried bedSok??

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    we were layering our 2 year old with several layers as he was kicking covers off but just discovered the bedSok this winter -it's a zip up all-in-one flannel sheet set . . so we use it and just place duvet on top. We have him in a fleece onesie and he has never slept so well as no longer waking up cold. has anyone else tried bedSok??

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    That bedding sounds fine my Dd (18 months) sleeps with 4 pillows


 

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