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    I think I'm going to invest in s grobag this weekend...all this extra stressing is driving me nuts!
    Check Ebay... You can get decent gro-bags 2nd hand for $30 instead of $80!

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    I'll definitely have a look. Does the website have guides for sizing?

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    I use hop skip bags and they come with a room temp checker/door hanger that lists what weight bag bub should be in and what bub should wear according to the temp. I find though that my bub needs one extra layer of clothes usually. ... Not sure if it is because of the mesh airflow sides on the bags.

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    The room temperature and the silence are the best thing to be helpful in this regard.About 2020 degrees room temperature is ideal.

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    I think the room temperature and the silence are the two main factors that should be considered. About 20 degrees is an ideal.

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    I have a 9 month old and I out him in: a singlet, the a long sleeve all in one, socks, a wondersuit and then into a sleeping bad, no blankets as im worried he'll pull them over himself...and the heater gose down to 16-18 overnight so it never gets too cold for him...=] he sleeps from 7pm to 6:30-7am.


 

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