Keeping your baby’s room at the right temperature isn’t a luxury, it’s vital. But with central heating thermostats usually placed in different parts of the house, it’s sometimes hard to judge whether a room is too cold or too hot.
I personally find that the recommended temperature for their rooms too cold for my liking, always preferring to feel warm to cold so I’ve always used a room thermometer to know what to dress them in at night and how many blankets to use. As a rule of thumb, I’ve used guides such as these from the Baby Centre which suggest keeping it between 16’c and 20’c, with 18 degrees C being ideal which I’ve then used a sheet and 2 blankets for bedding.
With the overheating being linked to SIDS it really is something every parent and carer needs to be aware of and to help make sure you’re little ones room’s at the right temperature I’ve teemed up with thermometer UK to give you the chance to win a nursery thermometer which not only measures the room temp but also the humidity levels. it’s large, easy to read display lets you know if the rooms too hot or too cold at a glance.
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