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    I need some suggestions on how to keep the covers on DS during the night. Especially when it's a little cool.

    DS moves so much during the night I am constantly getting up just to put the covers back over him. And its wearing me out. I feel like I am getting no sleep, DH sleeps though him waking even so he doesn't notice anything going on, I am 31weeks pregnant with twins and want to get some sleep. I've tried tucking them in tight and using a towel to keep them tucked in and using a larger sheet but some how he always manages to pull them off. Any suggestions would be helpful. I am willing to try anything.

    DS is 12 months, I don't know if that makes much difference though.

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    Default Keeping covers on.

    Are you using a sleeping bag? Because if you get one the right weight (TOG) your DS won't need sheets or blankets

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    Default Re: Keeping covers on.

    My son never would,

    In cold weather he has always worn a onesie and flanno pjs and we run the heater,

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    Default Re: Keeping covers on.

    Kinda given up on blankets. Dd is 2.5. She'll ask for her blanket when she is going to sleep, then kicks it off. I rug her up. In winter she might wear tights under her flannels, and a long sleeved onesie with a singlet, and her flannel top over all that. Tried sleeping bags but now she's bigger she hates them. They were good while they lasted.

    Good luck and I hope you get some sleep.

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    Default Keeping covers on.

    Oh yes have tried sleeping bags he hates them And kicks and screams until its off.

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    Just dress him in more clothes/pyjamas so you dont have to worry about blankets

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    My mil made a sheet slip, like a pillow case but cot size, when dp was a baby as she said she had the same problem. We tried this with our kids and it worked perfectly.


 

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