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    My 3 month old loves his ErgoPouch Hybrid sleeping bag. It's a cross between a sleeping bag and a swaddle. He gets all excited when I zip him up!!

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    I used stretchy wraps (made of tshirt material so there is a bit of stretch in them to get a good firm wrap). Once bubs started to get arms out, I moved to grobags which I love as no bedding is required. They can roll around and still keep warm.

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    Thanks everyone am going to try and sit down tonight and research the ones recommended - can you tell me which store I can purchase from?

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    Try eBay (sometimes cheaper than baby stores), any baby shops (whether it be online or a real store)

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    I am using smart dream sleeping bag for my baby.And it's quite comfortable for him.Because he can move his arms easily.I am also looking to buy one more sleeping bag for him...I am looking a website to purchase.It suits me alot

    http://www.izzz.com.au/baby-sleeping-bags-c.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elle12 View Post
    I use sleeping bags (bonds snuggle suits and halo sleeping bags)

    And for the arms , my daughter loves her arms above her head so I use

    Www.sleepywings.com.au they stop their arms from hitting them in their face but can still move them comfortably
    Do you use sleepy wings as well as a sleeping bag? They are so cute!

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    We are now using sleeping bags and sleepy wings. I put his 'wings' on underneath his sleeping bag. So cute!

    He has 'Very Hungry Caterpillar' sleeping bags and with his wings he looks like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly. We've started calling him out caterfly :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Do you use sleepy wings as well as a sleeping bag? They are so cute!
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    Yes we do! Even if the sleeping bag has sleeves on it I just put them over the top

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Do you use sleepy wings as well as a sleeping bag? They are so cute!
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    Yes we do! Even if the sleeping bag has sleeves on it I just put them over the top

    By far the best thing I've bought!!

    Zephani- I'm SO glad you got some and are having success lots if people dont know they exist, so I tell everyone, such a lifesaver for us!

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    Pros and cons of grobags?


 

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