Dressing Baby at Night

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We always want to provide our baby with the safest sleep environment. To reduce the chances of accidental asphyxiation, the crib should be clear of any soft materials, stuffed animals, blankets, crib bumpers, etc. The mattress should meet current safety standards and have a nice tight fitted sheet. To help ensure that a child doesn’t get entangled while they sleep and to help hold off the crib to bed transition, a sleep sack for all children is highly recommended. A TOG rating determines the thickness or warmth of a product, and therefore, how warm it keeps your child. The higher the TOG rating, the thicker/warmer the sleep sack. The optimal room temperature that is conducive to sleep is 19-21˚C (68-72˚F).