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Toddler's hair gets v damp when he sleeps - normal?

(11 Posts)
MissMitten Sat 27-Apr-13 22:30:20

Thread title says it all, really. I go in to check him an hour after he's gone to bed and he's fast asleep but with noticeably damp hair. The firs time I was worried he'd been sick on himself or sobbing silently, but it happens every night. Is this common?

ilovepowerhoop Sat 27-Apr-13 22:31:57

does he get hot? What is he wearing to bed? My ds gets a sweaty head but then again so does dh!

tanfastic Sat 27-Apr-13 22:34:30

My ds has always been like this. He's five now and it's not as bad as it used to be but he still gets quite sweaty.

KenDoddsDadsDog Sat 27-Apr-13 22:36:24

DD is like this too - covers on or off !

MissMitten Sat 27-Apr-13 22:36:24

I don't think he's hot. He's in a vest, pjs and a sleeping bag suitable for the temperature of the room/time of year. He also doesn't feel hot, and when I've taken his temperature during the night it's always been low, like 35.5. So just sweaty?

NorbertDentressangle Sat 27-Apr-13 22:36:43

DS was always a sweaty headed sleeper as a baby and toddler but grew out of it around school age I think.

Ilovemydogandmydoglovesme Sat 27-Apr-13 22:36:56

Yes I'd say he's a bit too hot.

Sometimes if I'm a bit hot in bed I wake up with curly hair where it's got a bit hot round my neck. It's a bugger cos I've then got to straighten bits.

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MissMitten Sat 27-Apr-13 22:37:13

Reassuring to hear that others have sweaty kids too, thanks!

Ilovemydogandmydoglovesme Sat 27-Apr-13 22:38:04

Vest, jim jams and sleeping bag? It has been a bit warm lately!

bigTillyMint Sat 27-Apr-13 22:38:48

My DS is/was a bit sweaty too. He is 12 now and finesmile

MissMitten Sat 27-Apr-13 22:39:53

Hmm. Maybe you're right. I tend to get feel the cold a lot so assume that he will want multilayering too. But it's fairly chilly tonight, and he is still sweaty-haired. Hmm.

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