When my kids were babies they slept in a basinet in my room and then at about 3 months in their own room. Our heat in the winter is set at 68^F and it usually stays between 70-72^ downstairs. The upstairs is a little cooler. If the temperature is comfortable for you it is comfortable for your baby. Dress your baby the way you dress. Some people tend to overdress their baby thinking they may be cold. If you are not cold chances are they are not cold either.
when a baby is newborn they usually like whatever temperature you think is comfortable because you are about the same body temperature. But as they get a little older they might like it a little warmer. Sometimes I picked my niece up out of her crib in a puddle of sweat. So not too warm.
by bulmers947 months ago
How do you keep warm in a tent in cold weather? (whilst sleeping/resting)After all my years of camping, this still baffles me, and every night spent camping I lay cold in my sleeping bag until the morning, where I am...
by breathe2travel4 years ago
Do you prefer your cheese cold or room temperature when eating as a finger food?
by Marissa6 years ago
Which is better to drink: room temperature or ice cold water?Does it matter?
by jaydawg8084 years ago
What is considered a temperature that is cold to you?To me, anything below 70 degrees is considered cold for me. Yes, I've been living in paradise all my life and used to the great weather here.
by Max Dalton6 years ago
What things can cause a weird smell in a baby's room?There is the strangest smell that crops up in my baby daughter's room at night after we put her down for bed and close her door. It smells kind of like sour milk and...
by Home Girl7 years ago
I hate, I really do. Every Christmas holidays I am down with something. This year I thought I missed it. No such luck. I am down again with cold. Any suggestions? Is it a curse? Why on Christmas? I drink tons of teas,...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.