He wears footed sleepers, either cotton or terry, and a blanket. I usually put a light blanket on him when he goes to bed, and then switch it to a medium weight blanket before I go to bed because the temp has dropped. He does have a lovey (one of those tiny square blankets with the animal head in the middle) that I will sometimes put near the side for him to reach for, but I often leave it where he can't even see it or get it because he'll wake up, grab it, suck on it, and wake himself completely and make a big mess in the process.
He sleeps on his tummy and knows how to roll to his back but usually doesn't except for sometimes once he's wide awake in the morning and playing.
SweetHurricane:DD wears a onesie only. We keep the A/C set to 75 degrees 24/7. We put her down on her back, but she almost immediately rolls onto her belly and stays there for the night. Occasionally she'll sleep on her side. In the crib with her: paci, gentle giraffe sound machine, a lovey, and *gasp* bumpers. She doesn't really cuddle with the lovey. I just give it to her so that when we travel we can bring it along and she'll have something familiar.
We're going to be putting our bumpers back in when we get a chance. He scootches upward and ends up hitting the top of his head against the slats and cries.
My son wears the footed sleepers. It's warm here but we keep a fan on in all the bedrooms to keep a nice temp and to keep the air moving.
He doesn't have anything in the crib at the moment, but we're trying to get him to associate one teddy bear with sleep time so some days he'll have a bear.
We use the breathable bumpers. He was getting his feet stuck in between the rails, but he'll squish his face up against it when he sleeps on his belly so I wanted the mesh ones and not the big fluffy decorative ones. It was definitely a good buy.
We have central air and DH likes to keep it on the cool side, so usually we put LO in a footed sleeper or a long sleeve onesie with a blanket tucked around him.
We have the bumpers, his lullaby giraffe, and a blanket.
Yes, he is rolling. I lay him down on his back and he rolls right over onto his side and doesn't move until he wakes up in the morning for a bottle.
We keep our place cool at night (72) so he wears footie pjs and a sleep sack.
DS doesn't really roll over in the crib, but he gets on his side all the time and scoots around. He has a small monkey lovie and for naps he gets a light blanket instead of the sleep sack.
She wears a short sleeved onesie. We keep it pretty cool because she still sleeps swaddled at night. We double swaddle her with a receiving blanket and a swaddle blanket. She can roll but she never does at night when she's fully swaddled. The only thing in the crib with her is her paci.
During the day she sleeps she sleeps with her arms out and a little stuffed animal to hold on to so she doesn't pull her paci out of her mouth.