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HelenF35 Mon 26-Oct-15 13:28:27

Can anyone tell me what bedding/clothes you use on one of these? I kind person has leant me one to try but I'm a bit worried about overheating in a sleeping bag. Room temp is 18 degrees currently.

Purpleboa Mon 26-Oct-15 14:25:17

I am just using a sleeping bag on top of a long sleeve sleepsuit. A blanket during the day. Our house is cold so I don't want DD to freeze. Getting worried about the winter weather.

HelenF35 Mon 26-Oct-15 14:45:37

We have a period granite house which is quite cold too, although upstairs is warmer (single glazed front door and chimney in living room lose a lot of heat).i don't want him cold or too hot either. Tried him in a sleeping bag for a nap and he seemed fine temperature wise. I had to wake him up after 2 hours, never had to do that before! grin

Purpleboa Mon 26-Oct-15 20:24:57

Yay! Sleepyhead is amazing for naps! Hopefully it will produce similar results at night too.

Orangedaisy Mon 26-Oct-15 20:30:44

Dd is in 2.5 tog sleeping bag with short-sleeved vest and babygro under. Room temp 19-17c depending when in night it is. She seems fine. I think sleepyhead stops draughts round the edges but doesn't really change overall temp.

HelenF35 Tue 27-Oct-15 12:53:22

He was still up every 2 hours last night but straight back down without a fuss, even though I put him down awake grin

Orangedaisy Tue 27-Oct-15 13:18:15

Blimey, well done him. Long may it last for you. Dd is 19 months and still won't go down awake (even in sleepyhead grand!).

Lauraemily35 Tue 27-Oct-15 16:45:11

My house is always 20/21 so I have lo in 1 tog sleeping bag and a long sleeved body suit. Love my sleepy head but was not he miracle I wanted - lo sleeps average 2/3 hours per night before waking. Have to cokes him back into it thenconfused

Purpleboa Tue 27-Oct-15 23:28:19

Yeah I'm the same! Had hoped for a miracle worker (especially at the cost!) but DD still waking several times and not always settling. That said, I still think she'd be worse without it. And she does nap in it whereas before she'd go nowhere near her cot in the daytime. So that's something I guess!

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