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    I have a 2 week old bub that hates been wrapped up, & it gets quite cool here so she sleeps in a onesie (usually a wondersuit) with a singlet underneath & I put her in a bonds sleeping bag (long sleeved) of a night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephani View Post
    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 :-)
    Wow I saw the caterpillar bags at Target but they didnt have DS size ;( has anyone seen anywhere else selling these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Wow I saw the caterpillar bags at Target but they didnt have DS size ;( has anyone seen anywhere else selling these?
    I might be getting some in in the next week or so to my Websto re. Don't think I can say the name on here tho. I'm having a 20% off sale this week on licensed stuff too. If anyone wants to know the site pm me please.

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    Hi, another great invention is the Shwrap by Jujo Baby. It's a blanket/ swaddle with arms. Bubs hated being restricted when she was swaddle so this was a great way for her to stay comfy and warm. It's also really pretty so in the winter days, we would just wrap her up in this. They are 100% cotton and machine washable

    I think they are around $64.95 but you can find them online for $49ish
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