Hey there. I use a nobo thermostat controlled heater. They are expensive $400ish but very reliable and cheap to run. If it is 22 at night when I put bub down I dress him in a 1.5tog grobag and a long sleeve onesie. (As per grobag guidelines). Then I set the thermostat at 21. Heater only kicks in when it needs to. Very cheap to run and bub doesn't get coke and wake...
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We had a few weeks of ds waking early and we were advised to put blacknout fabric on his windows... the room was pitch black and he started sleeping until 8.30 sometimes later! It also helps to regulate the heat.
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