How to cool a baby in hot weather
Cooling Things Down
- Creating a cross-breeze in your room
- Encouraging cross-ventilation throughout your home
- Using circulating fans
Limiting Heat Buildup
- During the day, lower your blinds and close windows and doors to keep sunlight and hot air from moving into your home
Choose cotton sheets for your little one
“In the warmer weather, change baby’s bottom sheets to cotton rather than nylon – the latter will absorb sweat.” explains sleep expert Steve Pickering.
It’s important to make sure the sheet is safely secured in your baby’s cot bed, so that there’s a reduced risk of the sheet coming loose and covering your little one in the night.
Since cotton jersey is the same material found in many t-shirts, sleeping on cotton jersey sheets may feel like being enveloped by your favorite tee. Biloban crib sheet fits snuggly for standard crib 52" x 28", surrounded elastic bandage up to 8 inches. They're also eco-friendly, been produced under stringent environmental standards. Cotton sheets have long been prized for their durability. And these Biloban sheet will gets softer with additional washing.
Hot sleepers and anyone who tends to sweat overnight will surely appreciate the breathability and moisture-wicking of this jersey cotton sheet. Click and try it for yourself. You won't be disappointed!