How to Dress Baby For Bed?
How to dress a sleeping baby It may seem like a simple question, but new parents know that a little carelessness can have serious consequences for a newborn.
Layered Baby Clothing
Instead of just wearing one heavy pajama for your baby, wear several pieces that fit well. You can add or subtract layers of clothing as the temperature changes.
Your baby's head is their main heat sink. If your baby sleeps with a hat on, they can easily overheat, so try to keep your baby's head exposed to the air.
The most suitable room temperature for babies to sleep is about 25 degrees Celsius, and babies above 25 degrees Celsius can sleep in only a single-layer jumpsuit. If you think your baby's room is too hot, you can use a floor fan to cool it down. If you think your baby's room is too cold, you can use a heater to bring the room to the right temperature.
What should a baby wear to sleep?
One rule that really applies is that babies will always wear one layer less than you. During the warmer months, consider a onesie, sleeping bag, or lightweight swaddle.
Long-sleeved baby onesies, or thicker sleeping bags or swaddles, are ideal for cooler months. Make sure the nightgown you choose for your baby is soft and comfortable, and doesn't have any molds, stones, or buttons that could hurt your baby while sleeping. BabyClothes Wholesale offers your baby this basic yet gorgeous pajama.