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    Default What sleeping bag & from where

    Hello, I'm thinking of getting a little sleeping bag for my nearly 11 month old. I know there's a few out there.
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    Just wanted to know the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Hello, I'm thinking of getting a little sleeping bag for my nearly 11 month old. I know there's a few out there.
    Baby bunting
    Kmart
    Target
    Just wanted to know the difference.

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    I got ours from my dream baby online. They were fabulous.

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    I'm not sure the difference between the baby store ones and the ones in the above stores mentioned.

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    I also want one with the arms covered if possible.

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    I use the sleepy time ones, they are awesome for winter.

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    I have a big w one and a target one. They are a lot cheaper than baby store ones and don't have covered arms.

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    I got a long sleeved one from big w. It's great for my DS who pushes blankets off

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    Quote Originally Posted by GucciDahling View Post
    I got a long sleeved one from big w. It's great for my DS who pushes blankets off
    I didn't see those!!

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    Really? Big w have with sleeves? Are they warm?

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    Default What sleeping bag & from where

    I have a k-mart one with sleeves. It's a hand-me-down from my nephew from last winter though so I'm not sure if they have them again this winter.

    The other sleeping bags I have are sleeveless - Grobag, Pumpkin Patch, Aden & Anais. The Grobag is certainly the best quality of them and keeps DS comfortably warm. I picked up a bag of three (different sizes/weights for growth) second hand for $40.

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