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Old 01-09-2013, 06:42 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Brooke789
It's cold in our house year round. So, we've always (even now at 2.5) done PJs + a sleep sack.

Also, I prefer sleepers with zippers but learned the hard way as our little clothes were mostly snaps.

As a newbie we also used gowns and co slept but without blankets on her so we still used sleep sacks a lot.

Stopped doing nighttime changes early on- but cannot remember when -as they really disrupted her sleep. Changed late at night and early in the am but not the feed/s between unless I thought she was really wet or uncomfortable/not sleeping.


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Old 01-09-2013, 08:18 PM   #22
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Re: What did/does your newborn sleep in?

With our overactive central air, we did thin cotton sleepers and a cotton swaddleme blanket for our late april baby. In our last house we only had AC in one room and it would blow on baby's head if it was turned on when she was in there, so we did just a onesie, but she was about 8 months old when summer hit. When she was a newbie it was late october in a drafty old house, so we did a onesie, a heavy cotton or fleece sleeper and swaddled in a fleece blanket.
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Old 01-09-2013, 08:21 PM   #23
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Both my girls pretty much lived in the fleece sleep gowns as newbies. We keep our house relatively cool and they were fall/winter babies

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