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    Default Merino/wool sleeping bags for toddler

    I'm in need of new sleeping bags as we are starting to outgrow the current ones. Our house is soooo cold and so am looking into the merino/wool sleeping bags. Super pricey so want to know what others think of them
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    We are using merino sleeping bags from Merino Kids. Their sizes are great NB - 2years then 2-4years so will last well. I like them as they are not super heavy and thick for bub.

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    It still depends if you will use heater. Where we live it gets -2 sometimes so I still need heater on.

    We use the ergo one it's lovely and has long sleeves too

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    Have been using the merino kids ones for about 6 months now - love love love them! They are so beautiful & fit for a good long time too so the price is justified IMO.
    We use the standard weight ones but my SIL has just bought the winter weight, she lives in a big old farm house with no heating & says the heavy ones are really warm.

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    We use the woolbabe sleeping bags and I just love them! The duvet weight ones are definitely snugly and warm. You still need a few layers of clothes when it gets cold, but it's definitely warm enough.


 

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