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It definitely takes practice to be able to tell when your baby is too hot or too cold.
In the early months of life, most babies have difficulty maintaining the appropriate body temperature. Because babies can easily become too hot or cold, you'll need to help them stay comfortable by using the following guidelines: If your baby is sleeping comfortably and feeding well, and is calm and not too cranky, then she's probably the appropriate temperature. You can also check to make sure that her extremities — her hands, feet, and head — are neither hot nor cold to the touch. As a rule of thumb, an infant needs one more layer of clothing than an adult would wear at the same temperature.