In the now long forgotten original post
, I think one concern that Baj had was keeping the baby warm at night - which made me thinking back to being a baby in Canada and the solution that many folks used then.
Until I was school age (and then probably only because we moved to sunny Madrid Spain), my parents had us kids sleeping in flannel sleep sacks. They were like sleeping bags but had a tighter closure around the neck. The idea was if the child managed to kick off blankets, they'd still be in a little flannel sack and warm.
Combined with a little hat, I bet that would keep a little one toasty.
Google 'sleep sack' for many selections like this one (although the kind I had covered my arms too) Sleep Huggers - leading Canadian manufacturer of quality sleep sacks.