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    What is your baby sleeping in these days?
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    ...blanket... a light one, will switch to the fleece ones when it gets colder. I figure if she uses our blanket while in bed with me, there isn't much difference.





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    I'm totally phobic about blankets...although I let him have one when I'm around, just not at night. Silly, probably.

    We are using a swaddle right now...but he always gets his arms out. LOL
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    J likes her arms free so we do a sleep sac when its cold if not we have a very light blanket she likes to hold, she's the same exact way as my son
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    In bed with me sharing my blanket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heatherbella View Post
    I'm totally phobic about blankets...although I let him have one when I'm around, just not at night. Silly, probably.

    We are using a swaddle right now...but he always gets his arms out. LOL
    same here and it sucks because that is how she usually wakes herself up too, lol
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    Sleep sack always. It signals her its bedtime and shes a great sleeper. If its warm she just wears a onesie under it, if its cold she wears a sleeper, and really cold a blanket sleeper lol.
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    I've been swaddling H up until about two weeks ago. He moves so much even when swaddled that I'm worried he'll flip onto his face and be stuck - he got pretty close one night - so I stopped cold turkey (he has slept with one arm out for a while though). He wakes up one more time a night now but hopefully he'll be back to sleeping better soon. So we're doing the sleep sack.
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    Sleep sack. About a month ago she got out of the swaddle and the blanket was up by her face. So sleep sack it has been since.
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    Just a blanket here. I quit swaddling once he rolled from back to front, I was afraid he would get stuck!
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