Something that I always remember worrying about as a new parent was... if my baby was warm enough or were they too warm???
If they could just talk and tell us what they needed lol.
I nurse told me to measure the head from the top of their head as that is where the heat escapes. If the head was warm they were ok. The best way to check on your baby’s temperature I found was by putting your hand on the skin on the back of their neck. Don’t use their hands or feet as a guide as they will always feel cooler than the rest of their body. If your baby is too hot... you will feel the skin is hot, slightly clammy or sweaty, and you will need to remove some layers.
If you're worried you can take their temp. Should be around 36.5°C.
As they are not moving much they should have one more layer then you are wearing.... arhhhh so much to think about right!
Many experts recommend that the temperature in the room where a baby's sleep, should be kept between 20–22.2°C. Although most bedrooms don't have their own thermostats, an indoor thermometer can help you track the room temperature.
When you see lots of baby photos or newborn photography you will see babies are not wearing much or wearing a beany. But some times the way they are dressed for photography is not practical and the room may have been temperature controlled to suit the babies needs.