If you’re like me, you’ll be extra vigilant at night time to ensure your baby isn’t too hot or too cold. All the do’s and don’ts when it comes to sleeping and adding or taking off additional blankets just leaves me confused and worrying if my baby’s the right temperature.
Luckily, there’s a solution. I’ve discovered the best baby sleeping bags so I can sleep peacefully at night!
I’d always visualised my baby wrapped in blankets when sleeping, but once my baby started to move around in her baby cot I knew it was time to use Baby Sleeping Bags to keep her warm at night and to prevent blankets from covering her head.
All I can say is thank goodness for Baby Sleeping Bags! I absolutely love these, I can sleep easy knowing my baby’s warm and the covers won’t go over her head or be kicked off during the night.
I’m a complete and utter convert and use the lighter weight 1.0 tog in summer. My baby has a winter weight sleeping bag (I use 2.5 tog for winter so my baby’s room temperature should still be between 16 – 20 degrees celcius) and a summer weight sleeping bag suitable for spring, summer and autumn.
Read our Grobag Baby Sleep Bag Review.