Baby Sleeping Bags and Bedding in general Reviews
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by - written on 05/01/08 (Useful, 68 readings)
These sleeping bags are a great way to keep a restless baby coverd up all night and also helps to reduce the risk of cot death in younger children by stopping them from being able to shuffle under the covers. These are a great design. they have prestards on the sholders and a zip all around the edge. These are avalable in most baby shops, we have brought them from Ethel Austins and Mothercare. They go up in ages newborn 0 to 3 months 3 to 6 months 6 to 12 months 12 to 18 months 2 to 3 years 3 to 4 years 5 to 6 years. Ethel Austins only go up to 12 to 18 months and start in price for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09, updated on 28/06/12 (Very useful, 145 readings)
When my oldest son was a newborn, almost seven years ago, sleeping bags were just starting to become a mainstream baby item. We bought the traditional bedding set initially, comprising of bumper, flat sheets and quilt, all in lovely co-ordinating colours and paying a pretty price for the privilege. It was only later that we became aware of all the guidance around preventing babies overheating and the recommendations that quilts weren't used for babies until they are over 12 months old and that bumpers are only used until the baby can sit up. On that basis, there was no way that the two items would ever be used at the same time - so much for everything being co-ordinated. Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/09 (Very useful, 107 readings)
Babies wriggle, some more than others. The challenge, as a parent, is to make sure your baby is comfortable and warm enough in bed. No easy task when your child ties themselves up in the covers or kicks them off. I had a very active baby. Covers would be thrown off within seconds and if not thrown off then I'd find my child with his head wrapped in the sheet or blanket - I worried incessantly about him getting too cold or suffocating. Thankfully there's a product out there that can help - a baby sleeping bag. The original bags (or at least those that received the highest marketing) were manufactured under the name of "Grobag" and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/09 (Very useful, 308 readings)
A baby sleeping bag is a quilted suit that is pear shaped with a neck and arm holes at the top and a zip that closes up around the bottom. They go on over the baby's clothes or babygro and keep baby warm without the need for blankets. They come in different tog ratings just like a quilt and are suitable from birth. When my first child was born I thought that baby sleeping bags could only be used from about 6 months. I hadn't bought any sort of sleeping bag or sleepy suit for her to sleep in which I realise now was a big mistake. I spent the first few weeks of my daughter's life sitting up in bed at night holding her because as soon as I lay her in her ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/08 (Very useful, 278 readings)
A baby sleeping bag is basically a wearable blanket. It allows baby to stay warm and snuggly without the worry that they will kick their covers off or more importantly suffocate on them when they are very little. I always thought that they seemed a good idea, but was a little confused about when and how to put the bag on my baby, without for example causing him to overheat or to wake him once he had dropped off. My son has always been a baby that thrashes around, even when very little he would frequently fling off his covers. He is also a baby that likes to feel warm and secure. It was a recipe for disaster as he would often wake crying because he was ... Read the complete review