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Fleecy Sleepsuits - what to wear underneath?

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NKffffffffb5aed25bX124884563af Sat 24-Oct-09 21:47:22

Hi

Does anyone know if the fleecy sleepsuits you can buy are temperature rated like grobag sleeping bags are? My son is 8 months and too much of a wriggler for a grobag as he gets himself in knots so am giving the fleecy sleepsuit a try. But have no idea what to put him in underneath. Bedroom varies from 17 - 19 degrees.

Thanks

Nikki

whomovedmychocolate Sat 24-Oct-09 21:51:01

I put my DS in a bodysuit under his.

NKffffffffb5aed25bX124884563af Sat 24-Oct-09 21:52:19

Thanks - is that roughtly same temp as his bedroom too?

whomovedmychocolate Sat 24-Oct-09 21:53:14

I think you may be getting tad too worried about this!

Get him in his bedclothes, then after twenty minutes, feel his neck. If it's sweaty, he's too hot.

Prettybetty Sat 24-Oct-09 21:53:26

interested to hear about the fleecy sleepsuits - where did you buy them? My little baba also does not like the grobag.
Cheers

CuppaTeaJanice Sat 24-Oct-09 21:57:32

Sainsburys sell them, I think for about £8. They have that rubbery stuff on the soles of the feet so they're not slippery.

allaboutme Sat 24-Oct-09 22:04:20

I put DS in a popper vest under his

Tinkerisdead Sat 24-Oct-09 22:12:37

my DD has some 4 quid each in matalan. i put a bodysuit underneath. We stayed in a caravan without heating recently and her room dropped to 10 degrees!!! She was happy as larry with the fleecysuit and a normal sleepsuit under that!

BlueKangerooWonders Sun 25-Oct-09 05:50:52

Just bought dd (age 3!) a fleecy sleepsuit from Boots. Has normal cotton pyjamas underneath, so it doesn't matter if the quilt falls off.

NKffffffffb5aed25bX124884563af Sun 25-Oct-09 09:10:58

Thanks all xx

boundarybabe Mon 26-Oct-09 18:48:41

ooooh, good idea. DS keeps popping the shoulders open on his grobag becuase he trys to stand up and pulls on the bottom!

shivster1980 Mon 26-Oct-09 19:18:36

My DS (age 3) has worn them every winter but always naked underneath apart from a nappy/pull up. He got too warm during the night and would wake crying. In the bleak midwinter we put a vest underneath as well.

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