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Do you have radiator on in baby's bedroom?

(10 Posts)
croquet Tue 04-Feb-14 21:35:05

I go between turning it off and turning it up... little one sometimes seems to cold, but also I know sleeping with the radiator on isn't nice from my own experience. Gah! What do you do?

Pascha Tue 04-Feb-14 21:42:05

Not. We do keep a small oil heater in ds1's room for the colder nights though becauwe he has a sloping ceiling with no insulation and it can drop to 12 or 14 degrees in the middle of the night.

NoraRobertsismyguiltypleasure Tue 04-Feb-14 21:47:03

In our DD's bedroom the radiator is on the lowest setting when the heating is on, just to take the chill off and then we have a little heater that we can put on overnight if the temp is particularly low (we have sash windows, so it can get chilly).

Teaandflapjacks Tue 04-Feb-14 21:59:57

No - sometimes I put a fan heater on in the morning when I get her dressed etc though- but really it should be 19 degrees for sleeping, there a bouts. I also have underfloor heating which is very hard to adjust suddenly - not like with a radiator, because it takes ages for the floor to cool down. grin

MiaowTheCat Wed 05-Feb-14 08:41:29

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

MrsBucketxx Wed 05-Feb-14 08:46:26

Yes ours us on, dd wakes if its cold.

I think it depends on the child.

nibbysmum Wed 05-Feb-14 11:31:36

Ours goes on for 40 minutes every 2hrs to keep the room at about 18 degrees. If we don't it drops cold later in the night

rallytog1 Fri 07-Feb-14 20:24:22

We have an oil filled radiator that comes on when the temperature drops below a certain point. My dd is probably unusual though, as she loves to wear as few clothes as possible but have the room all toasty.

HelenHen Fri 07-Feb-14 21:06:31

We leave it on but hearings always off at night and intermittently during the day! We had a for egg when he was a baby though and his monitor tells the temp too! He tends to sleep best when it's 19.

Eletheomel Fri 07-Feb-14 21:45:51

We switch ours off at 7pm, some nights the room can be a bit chilly, sometimes it's a bit too warm - doesn't seem to have any impact on his sleeping (but I'd always err on the side of too cold rather than too warm)

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