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    Summer clothes for newborn

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    My son was born in March, so I didn't have this issue with him but this one will be born in June and it is usually really hot here by then.
    SO far I have mostly little dresses and onesies for her to wear.
    Should I even bother with the little pajama sleepers? I used them a lot with my son, but it was March so it wasn't hot then.

    Those of you who have or had newborns during the summer, what did they mostly wear?
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    I'm planning on her wearing onesies to bed. I have a few light night gowns too that I'll put her in but I don't want anything to warm for her. During the day she'll wear cute onesies and lots of dresses. We have a TON of clothes so my options are definitely open.

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    My DD is an August baby and she slept in onesies... it was too darn hot for anything else really. She practically lived in onesies until she grew a bit..

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    i have sleepers but only bc it will be suuupper cold in the bedrooms bc the front rooms dont keep all that cool. otherwise i have short outfits, dresses and onesies
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    I will be using a lot of onsies the first few months.
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    I have sleepers. Its gets chilly at night here in Wyoming. I'd rather put her in a sleeper than pile her with blankets. My oldest was also born in July and we lived in Washington then. He slept in sleepers too. On the really hot nights I'd just leave him in a onsie.
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    DH was born in mid-September when it was still warm and he slept mostly in onesies until he was a couple of months old when the weather got cooler. I have sleepers for DD, but she'll probably sleep in onesies too or the little gowns with elastic at the bottom.
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    I put DD in lightweight sleepers because the A/C vent was right above her and I keept the A/C on cold



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    I am going to put Hailey in sleepers because we keep the house cold at night
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    Yes the AC is what I am thinking of as well. We like to keep our house pretty cool at night, and she will be in our bedroom the first few months at least, and we'll have a fan blowing in there as well.
    I might pick up a couple of more sleepers to have just in case. I can always do onesies if she ends up co-sleeping and she gets hot.
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