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Hi; welcome to MDC! I'm bumping up your post for attention. smile.gif Anyone have blanket experiences to share?
 


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I like each person having their own blanket.

We don't tuck blankets in so not sure on those issues. We just all kinda cuddle up in our own blanket. I like a much heavier blanket/comforter. Baby has a small throw size fleece blanket. Dh is so warm, he mostly uses just a sheet.

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Not really sure about why you worry. Lots of Europeans sleep that way. We have three single blankets in our bed- one each parent, one for the big boy and the baby usually cuddles with me.

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Hi!

 

I`m Norwegian, and have never used anything but single blankest. It`s what more or less everyone uses here.

It has never been a problem, and I bet you will feel just fine sleeping this way. thumb.gif
 


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We use two kings size blankets in a king size bed. My boyfriend likes to wrap himself completely in the blanket. I like not having to fight to stay covered during the night, so we each get one blanket to ourselves. And I share with my daughter if she climbs in bed in the middle of the night. We never make the bed though.
 


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Thanks everyone smile.gif. Where would we all be without each others support? Its so reassuring to hear others experiences.  
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We àll sleep with our own twin size blanket.

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Yep two blankets here too! Although DH sleeps with a Queen size comforter, I sleep with a king size duvet and we are in a king bed. Most days I don't make the bed, but when I do I put his blanket down first, then my kind duvet (no cover) and then I put on our nice king comforter set to pretty it all up :)


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