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Do you put your baby in a grobag at night or blankets because.....

(7 Posts)
SexyChick Tue 21-Aug-07 10:28:22

.....my DS who is 2 tommorrow wakes up every night without his blanket on him. Has anyone noticed it's been rather chilly all week at night. I have put the heating on too.

I think it might not be cold enough for a grobag plus he has really bad eczema and the Dermotologist said to keep him cool at night, so I don't think it will be a good idea to use it.



Any advice?

sfxmum Tue 21-Aug-07 10:33:25

i don't have specific advice for the condition, but dd 2, always sleeps in grobags of different tog according to season and as a rule we keep the room quite cool.

Ripeberry Tue 21-Aug-07 10:42:59

I've always used a growbag for both my children and its been a godsend. Even in a 2.5tog they don't get that hot, just adjust the amount of clothes.
AB

SexyChick Tue 21-Aug-07 10:46:08

I was thinking of just putting him in a vest then his grobag which is 2.5tog. I am just hoping it won't irritate his skin.

thanks

lapsedrunner Tue 21-Aug-07 10:46:43

Gro bags are fanstatic

lucyellensmum Tue 21-Aug-07 11:02:13

sexy, you could buy a 1 or even 0.5 tog grow bag, they do them on bump2three and if you go through the mnet link there is a 10% discount i think, if it is colder, have the heating on to counteract. My DD loves her bag, have had her in it since she was a little baby and now i think i may have to start making my own, lol. Definately too warm for a 2 tog bag which is what most of them seem to be. But the proper gro bag people do the lighter ones too. I think they are fabaroony

Kathyis6incheshigh Tue 21-Aug-07 11:11:18

Can't you just put him in an extra layer of clothes rather than buy another grobag which (fab as they are) you might only be using for a few weeks?

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