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    How old is your DS? I always dressed my babies in an extra layer to what I was in. And I found a room thermometer invaluable because its really hard to guess just going on the outside temperature. My daughters room was dropping down to 13 degrees (not in summer though) so I had to get a heater for her room as the rest of the house was much warmer. Might be worth investing in one. Or a cotton blanket that can be tucked right in tight.

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    He's 4 months. I have loads of cotton blankets that I've either doubled up on or doubled over too but the top half of him stays cold. He often kicks them off too. I put a cotton jacket on him last night over his onesie and that seemed to help keeping him warmer. I agree that I think I need to get a room thermometer so I know what to dress him in. The guidelines of dressing that came with the sleeping bag just seem to be way too cold for my LO.

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    I agree with those guidelines being off. Each baby is individual and a little 4 month old would still need an extra layer to what you would be wearing/sleeping in. The cotton jacket seems the way to go


 

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