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Old 02-12-2014, 09:08 PM   #31
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Whoever mentioned the long sleeve sleep sacks thanks! I haven't seen those Ill have to look for them

He does sleep in our bed most of the night. Hes only in his crib for naps and the first part of the night sometimes, which is only a couple hours. I think the fleece or warmer sheet will really help

He is 5 months. I tried wrapping his arms and he didn't like it. At the same time he doesn't like his arms flat on the matress either, he really likes sleeping with a blanket tucked around him so now he pretty much always naps on his belly or he will wake up within a few minutes of being put down.

This is a great idea thanks! Ive tried laying a blanket down under the sheet but the sheet is too tight and keeps popping back off, I will have to either find or make a sheet

Thank you I will read the link But the blanket in his crib is very thick/heavy/flat and almost the same size as the mattress so it wasn't a safety hazard (I don't think anyway) until recently when hes been scooting and pulling up the edges

Thanks I will nix that idea

He has started to do this! Which has been a life saver because for a few days hes been unable to nap due to being cold/uncomfortable with out a blanket
I have these that we never wore here. Just washed


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Old 02-13-2014, 10:37 PM   #32
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Re: Keeping baby warm and safe in his crib

Did you not like them for some reason?

We have unpredictable weather here. In one week we will go from 70's to 20's (high of) and then by the weekend back up to 70's. It's really annoying. I usually plan on a warm winter. The one winter I planned for cold (and had clothes for cold), we ended up with highs in the 60's and 70's for most the winter... So of course Im torn as to whether I should even get them...
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We just had no real need for them
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