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Changedup Mon 26-Oct-15 21:46:06

My dd is 3.10 years. She's been waking earlier and earlier just recently and I'm wondering whether it's to do with the colder weather setting in. She never ever keeps her duvet on at night so I'm sure Sh us cold come 4/5 am. Anyway I've bought done fleece pjs for her. I've put her to bed with the pjs on, a sheet over her (although not for long I'm sure) and the duvet folded over at the end of the bed because age didn't want it off the bed (familiarity probably). Will this be ok? Too hot? What do others do when they're kids kick covers off? Does anyone else out their dcs in fleece pjs?

Palomb Mon 26-Oct-15 22:01:24

Mine wear fleece in the winter and they both have extra fleeces on their beds. I cover them up when I cam but most of the time they manage themselves. At nearly 4 they should be able to wake enough to pull a duvet up if they are cold.

My 6 yo is just wearing a nappy atm and I've just covered him up but he's shoved it off again. I'm cold just looking at him but he's toasty to touch. Sometimes they are little radiators grin.

Primark make the best kids pjs smile

mamapants Mon 26-Oct-15 22:07:13

I would have thought they'd still need the duvet even with fleecy pyjamas

MidnightRed Mon 26-Oct-15 22:11:05

It's 18 degrees in my DCs bedroom and both of them (4 and 6 years) have gone to bed in fleece onesies. They have light summer duvets as well. They are both able to kick the duvet off if too hot/pull it up if too cold.

Changedup Mon 26-Oct-15 22:11:38

Palomb I know, I wish she would sort out her cover herself, she just never does! ??

Mama - I thought she'd be too hot with both on. Who knows!

Changedup Mon 26-Oct-15 22:15:17

Thanks midnight. Maybe it's just my dad who has an aversion to the duvet then! Thank goodness dd2 is still in a gro bag!

Changedup Mon 26-Oct-15 22:17:26

Thanks midnight. Maybe it's just my dd who has an aversion to her duvet.

Changedup Mon 26-Oct-15 22:17:53

Oops double post. Sorry

youlemming Wed 28-Oct-15 20:27:13

DD1 had a twinkletog it's like a Gro bag but with legs so they can still walk to the loo. Not sure if they are still around to buy new as it was a couple of yrs ago but I expect they are on eBay.

42andcounting Fri 27-Nov-15 00:32:46

We've started putting 2yo DD in nappy, vest, tights & PJs with a thin quilt (that stays on for about two hours then lands in a heap), and she's not waking so much, and her feet and legs are no longer like ice blocks thanks to the tights smile

toffeeboffin Fri 27-Nov-15 00:34:25

DS has fleece onesies and a duvet.

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