I can remember the moment when we brought Max back from the hospital, on a cold day in December and was really worried about how warm he should be. Hospitals are always insanely warm and I was worried that it would be far too cold for him here. I remember putting him in a hat for his first night in the moses basket! A comfort nursery thermometer would have definitely come in handy!
For this thermometer, the batteries are provided which is brilliant and I also liked that you don’t have to have it plugged in anywhere – can be awkward in some rooms depending where the plug sockets are. It has a stand on the back so it stands by itself and you can rest it wherever you need.
I think the best feature though is that it has an indicator of what is recommended and when the room is too cold for your baby, or equally, too hot. I find that it is hard to gauge in summer, to know if they are too hot or not.
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use layers – so that is easy to remove one or add another
Put a hat on your baby during the Winter as they lose alot of heat from their heads. Plenty of layers too, which can be removed if necessary. Socks and mits!
A warm hat and gloves, head and hands lose a lot of heat.
A nice cosy hat, gloves, coat and blanket when going out
I wrap our baby up in a hat, gloves and blanket to keep her nice and warm x
A grobag is great for keeping your little one cosy
When out a fury thick one side. Wonderful prize.
I would use layers. Highly recommend gro bags, perfect to little ones warm/cool over night. x
Lots of layers!
Bundle them up nice and warm, plenty of soft knits and blankets x
I buy sleepsuits with built-in mittens so I can keep my daughter’s hands covered at night, otherwise they feel like ice in the morning!
My top tip is a good tog sleep sack and a thick fleccey sleepsuit! Hi from mommaknowsbest04.blogspot.com
Hi, a few layers for baby nice pure cotton and a pure wool blanket ,
Layers – or the babygrows with warmer sleeves which are perfect to wear with a sleeping bag 🙂
Long sleeve vest, t shirt, thin jumper, leggings, cardie and a hat, if needs be add a thin blanket too. My kids wouldn’t tolerate mittens of any kind, but if they will those can help too
i use the growbags on my baby
This would be very useful for my grandbaby-to-be. It’s difficult to know when it’s the right temperature with heating going on and off. Layers of clothes is my tip too.
use lots of layers
dress in layers, easiest and best way
best way to keep warm is always a cuddle with mummy
lots of warm layers
Lots of layers
Hi, I love your site!
baby sleeping bags they cant kick them off
Hiya, use several layers, and natural fibres, cotton, wool etc, if possible.
I always put on several thin layers so i can remove one if needs be.x
keep the heating on and have them wear loads of layers xx
We put layers on and use the right tog sleeping bag. Seems to be working so far.
a sling to keep them close then coat over you both
Lots of layers
Gro bags are great to use at night
Always wrap them up with hat and mittens when going out to keep their little head and hands warm. And i always put a wind protector up when its windy so my bubba dosnt get to cold x
Lots of layers and snuggling in warm draft free rooms
Lots of layers
Layers and remember babies are closer to the draughty floor than us!
Put thin layers of clothes on and a hat.
Lots of layers & a warm blanket
use a thick blanket to keep them warm
Hi, use thin layers 🙂
If the baby’s hands are exposed, put some gloves on them.
A hat as they lose a lot of heat from there head and thin layers and not one thick one
Think about how many layers you are wearing, do the same for baby plus one more layer.
Thise baby sleeping bags are great, so they can’t wriggle out from under the covers 🙂
Layers work best I’ve found, but I’m a bit clueless as never had a newborn in winter, eeekkk, baby was due yesterday and didn’t make an appearance, hopefully she will do soon.
super soft blankie
Hi. Nice giveaway!
sleeping bags are great
BABY SLEEPING BAG WORKS A TREAT
A lovely sleeping bag that doubles up as a nighty always worked with my little one xx
my aughter likes sleeping in her sleeping bag