Everytime I take Willow out of her car seat she is all sweaty and hot. Ive started not using a blanket and leave her in loose light clothing but sometimes even then shes all sweaty when i take her out.
Even if we have just nipped into town for an hour it happens.
Does anyone else get this? is there anything i can do to stop it?
sorry hun i really dont know, i would of suggested the things you have already done
dont know if you just mean in the car, or as on the pram as part of travel system so it might sound weird but use the car seat as little as poss (only in car)
I only just noticed this with Abigail today, when I lifed her out of the car seat she was relaly sweaty all down her back. I don't know that there is much I can do about it as I am not in a position to go out and buy a new car seat, although I might look into the summer cover. I had her in a big wooly cardigan too, which I think may not have helped! We have maxi cosi.
Earl is a warm child (only wears one layer in the house for example) and his car seat was a real pain. I took out all superflous padding, only put him in breathable material (luckily got lots of wooly cardigans lol) and don't have a hat on in the car. He's now much more comfy and I haven't picked a sopping wet sweaty child out for a while.
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