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It is chilly out so we thought we’d collect some of our favourite baby sleeping bags together. Sleeping bags are one of the best ways to keep a baby warm at night as no matter how much wiggling goes on they still stay tucked up safely.
Lasting a massive 3 – 24 months Bambino Merino sleeping bags are already working the cost-per-wear economics as they last until your baby is ready for a bed and duvet. Merino wool is widely regarded as a wonder fibre. It is soft, light and regulates body temperature meaning that you don’t need to worry about tog ratings. We’ve used them in both Summer and Winter and they still look pristine after two children and counting.
Love the retro stylings of Louis the Lion from Olive and Moss. 100% cotton and you can coordinate with other Louis print items and even a soft Louis the Lion toy.
100% cotton and still rocking the bright colours. I adore this red shooting stars bag from Green Child. Another stand out print is this bold navy stripe sleeping bag from John Lewis.
The Katvig apples print is one of my all time favourite prints for children and I am still dressing my little ones in it after all these years. This mix of reds, pinks and purples from Nubie makes me feel warm and fuzzy just looking at it.
Grobag led the revival of sleeping bags for babies and so it only seems right we include them here. Monty picked this design as his favourite from their collection.
Another huge favourite in this house are Aden and Anais‘ super soft muslin sleeping bags. The Cosy Winter version is 2.5 tog rated and the gorgeous cotton fabric gets softer with every wear and wash. I see Sisters Guild have them on offer in their Winter Sale click click…
I’m guessing this one is probably more for the pram than bedtime but I couldn’t resist the snug hood or Liberty Art Fabrics. 100% cotton and available from Zara Home Kids.
More organic fabulousness this time from Organics for Kids. I love the frog version but there is also a ladybird, dog and butterfly print. Green Child.