Me: 30 DH: 35 Married: 1/10/15
1st Pregnancy EDD: 1/1/17 Born 1/10/17 Team Green turned Blue!
2nd Pregnancy EDD: 11/6/18
Children are like casseroles; it takes a lot to mess them up.
Going off of temperature question, how hot/cold should Baby's room be? I was told 70 degrees is the best temp for Baby to sleep, but that seems so cold to me! Maintaining 70 degrees in FL is quite an expensive feat, even in "winter".
I don't ask a whole lot of questions over here, but I always love reading the advice so thanks to everyone for being so awesome!We had that great babywearing thread a while back, but I didn't see this specifically addressed. How bundled up should baby be in the wrap during winter? I don't want the little one to overheat (or get into a bad position because there are too many puffy layers), but everyone here keeps telling me I need to get a full snowsuit for the newborn. I guess it probably depends somewhat on what jacket I'm wearing and how much I can zip that up over LO.
@nolemama14 @nolemama24, I got married in January and the day before my wedding, it was 55 and raining then the day of it was 75, sunny, and only a few white puffy clouds! Florida is crazy in January! LOL
Thanks to all with the advice! I never realized it was related to a SIDS issue, so I guess we'll err on the side of caution and keep it closer to 70. Thank goodness this is the beginning of the year and not July-September!
@sweetyjenj feel the back of his/her neck.
For the S+TMs who work outside of the home, did you have your older children continue going to daycare while you were on leave? DD is a creature of habit and she LOVES school (what she calls daycare), so I'm thinking we will leave her in while I'm off. But maybe I'm not thinking through it all the way? What did you do and what are you planning this time around?