Baby Sleeping Bag Temperature Chart

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What Temperature Should A Baby Sleep In A Sleeping Bag?

20-24 degrees – Very Warm Dress your baby in a babygrow or pajamas, with either a sleeping bag with a tog rating of 0.5 or 1, or one blanket. For babies under 3 months old, dress them in a vest and a babygrow, and use a sleeping bag that is small enough for a newborn, use one a tog rating of 0.5 or 1.

What Is The Tog Of A Baby Sleeping Bag?

The tog rating or weight of a baby sleeping bag determines its thickness and therefore how warm it keeps your child. The higher the tog rating (weight) the warmer the baby sleeping bag. Please follow our recommendations on the table below to determine which tog is the best one for you.

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What Is The Recommended Room Temperature For My Baby?

18-20°C / 64-68°F is the recommended room temperature range for your baby. Check your baby behind the neck or on the stomach to ensure they are not too warm or cold. The Merino Kids ® Go Go Bags ® (baby sleeping bags) have a TOG range rather than a TOG rating due to its temperature-regulating properties.

What Size Sleeping Bag Do I Need For 20 Degree Weather?

If the temperature is 20 degrees, use either a sleeping bag with a 1 tog rating, or one blanket. If the temperature is 16 degrees, use a 2.5 tog sleeping bag, or 2 blankets.

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    Newborn sleepwear (age 0-3 months) It’s really important not to dress newborn babies in sleepwear that is too loose, too warm, rides up and over their faces,.

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    If you’re wondering at what age a baby stops sleeping in a bassinet, there isn’t a hard-and-fast rule. It depends on a combination of your particular bassinet’s weight limit and your child’s development (more on that below). Not a bassinet fan? Newborns can certainly sleep in.