The Dream Bag Baby Sleeping Bag Reviews
Product Type: The Dream Bag baby products
Description:Brand: The Dream Bag / Linen Type: Baby Sleep Sacs
Newest Review: ... what it is supposed to and keeps Jayden warm makes it in my opinion well worth the money. The Dream Bag Sleeping Bag comes ... more
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Customer The Dream Bag Baby Sleeping Bag Reviews (5)
by - written on 02/05/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
The bag I'm reviewing has a different design on the front to the picture above. Me and my Husband have always used a sleeping bag for Jayden when we put him to bed, however all of the sleeping bags we had were quite thin and had no sleeves, this was fine when the weather wasn't too cold, however we found that as it got colder without any sleeves on the sleeping bag he would get cold during the night so we decided to have a look around for a sleeping bag with sleeves in that would keep him warmer during the winter at night. After a bit of hunting around online I came across The Dream Bag Sleeping Bag, it was ideal for what we were looking for, warm and cosy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/12 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Like all new mothers, I was bombarded, whilst pregnant with information about the best way to lie a baby down to sleep feet at bottom of crib, lying a baby on their back as opposed to tummy and about keeping the room temperature comfortable at around 18 degrees rather than too hot or too cold. My mother at the same time would always say that a baby that is cold will not sleep, so it was necessary to have something to keep my baby warm at night without getting overly hot, especially if she started to kick off blankets whilst she was sleeping and then wake up. I was ever so glad when I was given not one, but two baby sleeping bags when my little girl was born. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/05/09, updated on 28/05/09 (Very useful, 553 readings)
When my eldest daughter was a baby, sleeping bags were the only option for us really. The reason being that she was so tiny and frail (don't ask me why because she wasn't premature or anything like that, she's still very dainty now though...but not so frail!), and blankets didn't seem to keep her snug and warm, so a baby sleeping bag seemed ideal. At the time, the Grobag sleeping bags seemed a bit pricey (I've just done a quick check online now and for a 0-6 months 2.5 tog Grobag you can pay £25 and only £15 for a Dream Bag - that's £10 difference, but of course prices vary depending on where you look), so I went on one of my internet searches and found The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/09 (Useful, 726 readings)
I never had one of these for my son he always liked to be wrapped up in a blanket so that it was wrapped around his face. However my daughter was the complete opposite she hated being held or wrapped up and at night time it would get cold and she would always kick the blankets off. So I went to asda a picked one of these grow bags up. It worked wonders it kept her warm but also kept her cool because it has no arms. When she got too big for it I invested in the next size up due to when I tried the blankets she was turning on her stomach and pulling the blanket over her head and it would panic me that she would stiffle. I found that with this that she found ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/11 (Useful, 89 readings)
Neither of my children (3.5 and 6 months) ever slept in anything other than these sleeping bags as babies (up to about 18 months for my son) and I would not be without them. In sizes 0-6 months, 6-12 months, 12-18 months and 18-24 months (my son was in a bed with a duvet set by this stage) and a range of togs from 0.5 to 2.5 there is a bag for every baby. The variation of colours and designs now avaliable is fantastic. Very girly ones, very boyish ones to gorgeous unisex designs. I think the reason I started buying them in the first place was the price. When a friend recommended sleeping bags to me during my first pregnancy a look online showed that at £15 starting price Read the complete review
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