The Lullaby Trust advise that a baby's room should be kept between 16-20°C (61-68°F), but this can be tricky in the hotter weather. For that reason, it's important to know how to dress your baby in different temperatures.
It's unlikely you'll be spending any amount of time outdoors, so your focus should be on what the room temperatures might be as opposed to the heat outside, so you can plan for every eventuality.
This is a really helpful episode for new mothers in particular, as we discuss the tell-tale signs of a dairy intolerance, what to look out for and what you should do if you suspect your baby is suffering.
Top tips on how to create and maintain a great bedtime routine for your children.
For the last 5 weeks, my nine-year-old daughter has been having night terrors, and when I asked her she said it’s the same dream night after night.