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#1 of 6 Old 06-12-2003, 10:38 AM
 
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It's a normal baby thing, right?
Dd hates to be covered...it's like she's got a sensor in her little feet, which goes alert when I put a blanket on her when she's asleep...
Even at night when she sleeps in our bed, her legs will go kicking the sheets off in her sleep...

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Ha! How funny. My dd (now 11 mo) started doing that around 7 mo...just out of the blue. I thought it was a fluke but here, 4 mo later, she still does it. She is a very sound sleeper...I can vacuum, shower, dry my hair....just about anything and she will not wake up, but put a blanket over her and seconds later it will be kicked off...sometimes violently!
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Yup! My 2yo dd still won't sleep with covers (or pajamas). LOL

Ds will probably be the same way... if I cover him it seems to disturb his sleep. :
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He doesn't love it...which makes discreet NIP somewhat difficult, I'm never quite sure when he's going to pull the blanket off!
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Lucy can not stand to be covered.....especially her head (like when playing peek aboo with a blanket or putting on a hat) but at night it's no problem. The other two are another story....they don't keep covers on at night....even if it's freezing. They have to wear sweats if it's cold.
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Hates it! His little legs will go straight up in the air, and kick, kick, kick until the covers are off....I have to make sure he goes to bed in a long outfit so he'll at least have something to keep him warm!

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