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DS usually sleeps in zip up PJ's with or without feet, and a Aden & Anias sleep sack. He is outgrowing the size large sleep sacks, and I am not sure what to do next. Do your LO's still use sleep sacks, or just regular blankets?
A shirt and shorts or a onesie, and a sleep sack to stop him from climbing out of his crib. I noticed the large is looking small on him, but I think the kind he has comes in XL. He has nothing else in the crib.
ETA-You reminded me I needed to buy a bigger size sleep sack. This is what he wears.
Halo cotton XL
DD sleeps in a variety of different pajamas (one piece pjs with or without feet, or two piece pjs with shorts or pants - basically whatever is clean).
She has two A+A swaddle blankets that start out covering her, but end up all over the crib. We only used sleep sacks for a short time - she hated being confined (we never swaddled) and slept much better without them.
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Zip up PJs with feet
Short sleeve shirt and shorts. She does have a blanket and she is like her momma and has to have a heavier blanket for comfort but has her feet sticking out. We sleep almost the exact same. DH thinks it's funny.
For those who still have them in long sleeve and/or with feet, do they not get hot? I tried putting socks on Caroline but she took those off pretty quick. Our house is pretty cool but she would be a big ball of sweat if she slept in more clothing. Just wondering :)
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