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    Default Sleeping bags, but with arms inside!

    Help!I'm after a sleeping bag, not a wrap or swaddle - that arms are kept in but can move a bitMy 9mo needs her arms in but escapes the wraps!Thanks

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    There's a new type of Woombie called a ModSwad - http://www.modswad.com.au/shop/mod-s...r-medium-metro - it has mittens on the small & medium (up to 9kg) ones.

    My dd could move around quite a bit in her standard Woombie. She only stopped using it at 8.5 months. If you want a convertible mega baby (9-11kg) woombie send me a PM and I'll send one to you.

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    My daughter was the same I got love to dream bags the have ones that you get get the baby's arms out slowly. She now doesnt need the arms in.

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    Can I ask a genuine question? What do you mean 'needs her arms in'? Thanks!

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    She wakes hysterical if an arm comes out and also cos it gets stuck once I put it back in sges back to sound skeepShe obviously likes to be secure but move her arms around a bit without getting it out or stuckMy first was different so I'm stupped!

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    The love to dream bagsDo they have a name? Thanks !

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    I have a zipadee zip, it's very thin material so maybe not for winter

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    http://www.lovetodream.com.au/

    We have always used these, as DS didn't like having his arms down and liked a bit of movement. As long as you get the right size and isn't too small, they can move their arms around a bit. My DS could hold himself up (if on his belly) and crawl around in one.

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    My DS is the same and loves having his arms in his sleeping bag. He's 8months and I've been using the ergo cocoon since he was 6 weeks old and I got him the ErgoPouch hybrid for winter and it's fantastic! It's 2.5tog from about mid chest down so keeps him nice and warm and it's got the poppers up the top so his arms can be in or out. I highly recommend it. It goes up to 12mths old, but they are quite a snug fit.


 

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