Anonymous

Sleep sacks

What does your little one wear under sleep sacks? We stopped using one this summer because it was just sooo hot, but with winter coming up I feel like she will want some sort of blanket. Oh baby is 9 months old! But I don’t know if her pajamas and a sleep sack would be too hot?

  • Sarah
    Sep 13

    Our house is set to 72 and my daughter uses a cotton sleep sack and cotton pj’s. She seems to do just fine like that. If we have to keep the house any colder, I think I’ll be switching to fleece. It’s taken me forever to finally figure out what works for my daughter, and she basically can’t do any polyester blend otherwise she will get too hot and rashy. I’m loving the Burt’s bees pj’s the most. They haven’t shrunk up in the wash and they’re super comfortable for her. I also got a pair of Kickee pants but they’re very light and I don’t think they’ll work out in the winter. I also found this chart very helpful

  • Anonymous
    Sep 13

    Awesome ! Thanks!!

  • Kelly
    Sep 14

    We did regular cotton pjs (long sleeve + pants in the winter) plus a fleece sleep sack and then summer pjs (shorts and short sleeve) plus a cotton sleep sack in the summer. It’s definitely worth the $20 investment to have both a warm and cool sleep sack imo.

  • Jenn
    Sep 14

    Long sleeve pajamas (cotton or terrycloth, never fleece) at night. During naps it's whatever she's wearing for the day. We keep the house at around 70.

  • Angie
    Sep 14

    A sleep sack....look for ones on Amazon. Halo makes great ones! Super cozy

  • Anonymous
    Sep 15

    My kids rooms are usually 68 year round. Footed cotton pjs for the baby, primary pjs with socks for the bigs.