“ Brand: Mothercare / Type: Baby Sleeping Bag „
We didn't use sleeping bags with our youngest daughter until she was over a year old and it was winter when we began using them simply because we were unsure of their safety, when we had our second daughter I was more confident and put her into a sleeping bag from about 6 weeks so we had to buy new sleeping bags in the smaller sizes. I have always loved Winnie the Pooh and although we hadn't done anything major as a theme in our youngests bedroom she does have a large Eeyore and Tigger on top of her wardrobe and some Winnie the Pooh pictures on the wall so I thought this sleeping bag would go well in her room. The sleeping bag was a little bit expensive at £28 although it is £29.99 now from Mothercare and if it hadn't of been our second child so not having to buy new baby things I would never have afforded it. The sleeping bag is lovely and we bought it in 6-18 months as it is a 1 tog sleeping bag which isn't thick enough for the winter months, the sleeping bag is available in 0-6 months, 6-18months and 18-36 months. The sleeping bag is shaped just like any other baby sleeping bag with a long bag which fastens over babies shoulders to keep them from wriggling their covers off on a night. One side of the sleeping bag has random little sentences on it such as dreaming of sunshine and making a dandelion, on the other side it is plain cream and then across the chest there is a picture of Winnie the Pooh and Piglet with a moon and a couple of stars and stating "stars are made for wishing" The skleeping bag is 100% cotton and it zips from the bottom so that you can change your baby easily in the middle of the night if needed, I personally like the zip being at the bottom of the bag rather than the top as with my daughter being just under a year when she was using this I didn't want her trying to play with the zip because she did work out how to get one arm out so she is pretty clever with things like this. I love the sleeping bag and have now put it away in the hope that one day I will pass it down to my sister, I had two sleeping bags for my daughter for last summer and they washed really well, the sleeping bag was lovely and soft and prevented my daughter wriggling from her covers. I would suggest any mother buys their children sleeping bags although you can get cheaper than this one, my eldest daughter stayed in her sleeping bag until she was 3 1/2 so they must be comfortable.