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    I only used grobags then a merino kids one. The merino one was $140 but so good!

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    I quite like the bonds ones as well. Especially for winter

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    The SIDS and kids website sells Plum brand sleeping bags that are tog rated. I bought one last week for around the $40 mark and I'm quite happy with the quality, but can't as yet comment on how dd likes it because I'm still trying to wean her off her swaddle. But there are some good options on the site and they had a sale in last week that could still e going.

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    Oh yeah and the Plum ones are good too!

    I can't remember cause DD doesn't wee the, anymore

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    I've got a plum one for $30. In my opinion gro bags are too expensive.
    Big w or best n less sell some for much cheaper. Like $12-$15. My daughter sleeps in a big w one just fine.
    I've also got a few home made ones. Way cheaper and just as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    The SIDS and kids website sells Plum brand sleeping bags that are tog rated. I bought one last week for around the $40 mark and I'm quite happy with the quality, but can't as yet comment on how dd likes it because I'm still trying to wean her off her swaddle. But there are some good options on the site and they had a sale in last week that could still e going.
    Brandexclusive often have them come up really cheap if you ever want more

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    And a tip JR- if you do buy a sleeping bag make sure you get the style with the zipper in the middle. The ones with the zip on the side and snaps on the shoulders are IMPOSSIBLE to put on a wiggly mobile baby.

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    I love my grobags. I've bought them cheaper than $55 for eBay, brand new from the UK. I've also bought a few second hand ones that are in great condition.

    How old is your DD? I have 2 that I keep meaning to list to sell! I know one is definitely a girls (so only used for 1 winter), the other may be a hand me down from DS. They would be 6-12 or 18 months size wise.

    If you're interested, send me a PM and I can send you a pic and work out a price

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daptoamy View Post
    And a tip JR- if you do buy a sleeping bag make sure you get the style with the zipper in the middle. The ones with the zip on the side and snaps on the shoulders are IMPOSSIBLE to put on a wiggly mobile baby.
    That's so funny! I have a side zip one and I like it because dd can't suck on the zipper!!

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    I have found very little difference between our Grobags and our Skip Hops. Except the Grobags cost a fortune, and the Skip Hops were $10 from the company that is now Stork Nest (brain fade, what was their name until a few months ago??)


 

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