What is a baby sleeping bag?
A baby sleeping bag or sleep sack is similar to an adult sleeping bag.
The only difference is that the baby sleeping bag has arm holes for the little hands to move freely. The size of the arm holes can be adjusted with convenient under-arm poppers.
The sleeping bags can be used at nappy time or night time and are are designed to be used alone and therefore should not be used together with a blanket or duvet.
Safe sleepUsing a baby sleeping bag is perfectly safe.
In fact, sleeping bags prevent bedding from covering baby's face while sleeping and reducing the risk of the baby being entangled in loose covers.
No more cold feetA baby sleeping bag prevents your little one from kicking off their cover or blanket and keeps your child at the right temperature all night long (see below for temperature guidance).
Also, the soft and breathable jersey lining ensures an optimal sleeping temperature.
Easy diaper changeThe zip closing in the front ensures easy dressing and stress-free nappy changes during the night.
What is TOG valueTOG (Thermal Overall Grade) indicates the thermal resistance and insulation value of a sleeping bag.
The TOG value prevents overheating of the baby. The higher TOG value, the warmer the material.
The TOG value 1.0 sleepy bag is for warmer nights, while the TOG value 2.5 sleepy bags are for colder nights.
Dress your child for comfortable sleeping
When selecting a Sleepy bag, take the room temperature and the child’s sleepwear into account. Refer to the below overview to dress your child for comfortable sleeping.