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    Default sleep suits, what brands are out there?

    Well my nearly 2 year old hates blankets so im thinking of the sleep suits. I know that there is snugtime and that target does sleep suits as well. Is there any other brands that do the tog ratings like snug time?

    UPDATE - i wasnt refering to the bags, i was talking about the all in ones with covered feet that snugtime does - blanket sleepers -http://www.snugtime.com.au/products/...rge/PJ8859.gif

    But seems we are all talking about the bags, has anyone had there child not liked them, tryed again and they did like them? I tryed when DS was 6 months old and he woke up constantly, took it off and he woke less again. His kicks his feet and gets annoyed if the loose bag wont come off.
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    GroBags is what I used and I have seen these ones around Bambino Merino Wool Baby Sleeping Bag.

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    We use Grobags and Slumbersac (cheaper alternative)

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    We use Grobags too, and we have a couple from Living Textiles which aren't bad.

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    Merino Kids Go Go bags are great, well worth it as they last for ages!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belinda09 View Post
    Merino Kids Go Go bags are great, well worth it as they last for ages!
    I have these too! They look pricey at first, but when I added up what I'd spend buying Grobags in different sizes and diffrerent togs vs Gogo bags that suit newborn-2 years in winter and summer, it was actually more economical to buy 2 Gogo bags. And they're natural fibres which I love, and just gorgeous!

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    hey, thanks for replies but i was refering to the all in ones with the covered feet, zip up etc. Any other brands that do them? I put link in first post for the snuggletime ones.

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    Target do one, they go up to a size 7... or maybe it was Kmart. Sorry, both are in one area at one particular shopping centre and I'm not there regularly I wouldn't try again with a sleeping bag and an almost 2 year old, especially since he'll prob go into a toddler bed this winter and will need to be able to move pretty freely in a bed!
    Reminds me though, I wanted to get some for DS, but the last week he's been pretty good at keeping blankets on!

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    Thats a good point about the sleeping bag, thats why i thought not to bother. I guess it must just be snugtime and target (you were right first time its target, iv got some )

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