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koa Fri 25-Jul-08 21:54:39

What is best thing for babies to sleep in when it this hot?

laura325630 Fri 25-Jul-08 22:46:30

I have a grobag thermometer next to dd's moses basket in our room. The last 2 nights it has been on 25 degrees at night! We have had her in just a babygro with no covers which she is happy with. If it gets a little cooler we just put a sheet on her but still no vest.

koa Fri 25-Jul-08 22:49:02

I have done same though it has made him even worse with legs out of cot. I have been looking for a cotton sheet gro bag sort of thing but cant find one.

moocowme Sat 26-Jul-08 12:00:50

mine has some summer pj's but last night was to warm so he had just a vest on. he is a little hottie in bed so he was fine in this. by early morning we just pulled the sheet up.

copingvquietly Sat 26-Jul-08 12:02:33

just a vest here aswell

hughjarssss Sat 26-Jul-08 12:04:19

dd had just her nappy on in grobag

hughjarssss Sat 26-Jul-08 12:04:20

dd had just her nappy on in grobag

hughjarssss Sat 26-Jul-08 12:04:23

dd had just her nappy on in grobag

hughjarssss Sat 26-Jul-08 12:04:40

blush

StellaWasADiver Sat 26-Jul-08 12:12:59

I put DS in a vest and light trousers a couple of nights ago but he didn't seem to like it, woke up shuffling around a lot... so last night did grobag and nappy - with the grobag unzipped at the bottom so his feet could stick out - much better, he slept well apart from getting stuck rolling over hmm

Seona1973 Sat 26-Jul-08 12:40:15

I got a sheet sleeping bag from jojomamanbebe. Bumpto3 also do 0.5tog bags - you get a 10% mumsnet discount with both of them too.

AuntyJ Sat 26-Jul-08 19:43:20

Ive put mine a vest and then put him in a pillow case. Our room is unbearably hot!

mehdismummy Sat 26-Jul-08 19:50:28

ds is just in his vest!! very hot at the moment!!

PhDiva Sat 26-Jul-08 20:22:32

just a nappy, and even that I was eyeing in the heat of the night...It was sticking to his skin. We co-sleep, so when it gets cooler, he snuggles up to me.

isitreallythattime Sat 26-Jul-08 20:56:47

I've put my ds in travel cot in my room as slightly cool than his (currently at 28. Just put nappy on him, may move him into his room in a bit if it cools down. Its way too hot at mo!! Tomorrow suppossed to be hotter hmm

mooki Sat 26-Jul-08 21:58:20

I cut a head hole and two arm holes in a pillowcase.

koa Sat 26-Jul-08 21:59:29

Looked at 0.5 tog bags today even those seemed thick. Would like a very thin cotton one - thickness of a sheet maybe. If was more talented and confident I would make one from a pillow case. What is the thinnest sleep bag anyone has found?

angel1976 Sat 26-Jul-08 23:21:14

Jo jo Maman Bebe does these sheet ones.

PurlyQueen Sat 26-Jul-08 23:47:47

Tesco does sheet ones for £4 or £6 (can't remember the price)

nik76 Sun 27-Jul-08 08:15:53

Nappy and a vest top - it was 27 in our room last night!!!!

Have to put a light sheet over her legs if not in grobag otherwise she can't sleep for playing with her feet!!!

moocowme Sun 27-Jul-08 08:37:14

are the Tesco ones 100% cotton? if not polyester would trap in a bit of heat and moisture.

PurlyQueen Sun 27-Jul-08 20:01:38

The Tesco ones are pure cotton

koa Sat 02-Aug-08 21:53:01

Thank you for the info, unfortunatly, I cant find the Tesco ones I've been in store and have tried on line. Has anyone a link?

elkiedee Sat 02-Aug-08 22:11:24

Just a vest for ds

pudding25 Sat 02-Aug-08 22:23:34

We got a 0.5 tog sheet sleeping bag from John Lewis. I think it is a grobag.

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