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    My 3 month old loves his ErgoPouch Hybrid sleeping bag. It's a cross between a sleeping bag and a swaddle. He gets all excited when I zip him up!!

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    I used stretchy wraps (made of tshirt material so there is a bit of stretch in them to get a good firm wrap). Once bubs started to get arms out, I moved to grobags which I love as no bedding is required. They can roll around and still keep warm.

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    Thanks everyone am going to try and sit down tonight and research the ones recommended - can you tell me which store I can purchase from?

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    Try eBay (sometimes cheaper than baby stores), any baby shops (whether it be online or a real store)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elle12 View Post
    I use sleeping bags (bonds snuggle suits and halo sleeping bags)

    And for the arms , my daughter loves her arms above her head so I use

    Www.sleepywings.com.au they stop their arms from hitting them in their face but can still move them comfortably
    Do you use sleepy wings as well as a sleeping bag? They are so cute!

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    We are now using sleeping bags and sleepy wings. I put his 'wings' on underneath his sleeping bag. So cute!

    He has 'Very Hungry Caterpillar' sleeping bags and with his wings he looks like a caterpillar turning into a butterfly. We've started calling him out caterfly :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Do you use sleepy wings as well as a sleeping bag? They are so cute!
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    Yes we do! Even if the sleeping bag has sleeves on it I just put them over the top

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Do you use sleepy wings as well as a sleeping bag? They are so cute!
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    Yes we do! Even if the sleeping bag has sleeves on it I just put them over the top

    By far the best thing I've bought!!

    Zephani- I'm SO glad you got some and are having success lots if people dont know they exist, so I tell everyone, such a lifesaver for us!

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    Pros and cons of grobags?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Pros and cons of grobags?
    Pros - comes with exact guidelines for temperature, clothing to be worn etc
    Cons - very expensive for a sleeping bag!

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