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    Whats the best room temperature for a bub wearing a 2.5 grobag with singlet and onsie? It says 18 degrees on the packing but brrrr, I'd be chilly wearing just that!

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    My ds wear a singlet and winter pjs and socks with a 2.5 long sleeved sleeping bag and I make sure his room is between 18-20 degrees.

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    My DS wears basically the same but with a flannelette sheet & a blanket. Without the extra his feet were cold in the morning :s
    He's 16 months though so he's able to cope with blankets etc now.

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    Wonder suit, flano pj's over the top and a 2.5 tog bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plod1608 View Post
    Whats the best room temperature for a bub wearing a 2.5 grobag with singlet and onsie? It says 18 degrees on the packing but brrrr, I'd be chilly wearing just that!
    My DS would be ok with 18 degrees wearing that

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    I would say 18-20 degrees.

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    Our DS uses one and the room is 19-20 degrees

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    Thanks all

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    I would go on touch, if bubs hands face or neck are cold or hot and dress appropriately... Packet suggestions are just that and everyone is different. I use to take DD's temp to check and make sure she was warm (she was premie and had a hard time keeping her temp) I can tell now by touching her neck if shes cold or warm, to us 18degrees would be cold.

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    That's what it is in DD's room too. We do singlet, wondersuit, flannelette PJ top and socks with a 2.5 tog Grobag. Her hands are cold, but her body is toasty. It's more essential their torso is warm than their limbs.


 

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