i got ds the new snugtime 2 tog with sleeves its brilliant. we are on the gold coast but its still cool.at night he sleeps 7pm -8am in it no problem very cosy! got it from baby buntings
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03-06-2012 11:57 #11
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03-06-2012 12:14 #12
Bonds have theirs on sale online at the moment...
03-06-2012 12:50 #13Senior Member
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I have a long sleeved snug time one....got it for $4 in perfect condition. Other bags DD has had came from best and less...they were great.
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03-06-2012 12:53 #14
I got one from kmart. $15. Fleece. Zip. Car seat holes. It works well.
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03-06-2012 13:46 #15
I'd be careful about overheating. As above poster says 7 isn't very cold. It gets to minus 5 here and I never used a bag but did use grow suits. My midwife told me overheating is more of a worry than cold.
Just check baby whatever you use to see how hot they are and don't cover head in bed.
03-06-2012 13:58 #16
For the sleeping bags without sleeves you can buy some "sleepy wings" and they have littles pockets to put dummies in so bub can attempt to put own dummy in while sleeping. They are approx $30. I have one and it's fantastic. I also used the pattern and made my own out of polar fleece for the cooler nights.
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03-06-2012 14:08 #17
have a look at cozy touch sleeping bags (online store and ebay store) theyre similar to gro bags (same TOG's etc) but about half the price.
theyre very quick with delivery too.
i ordered one on a monday and had it delivered on the wednesday
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03-06-2012 14:14 #18
I got a few. Some from target and some from kmart have fleecy ones for $15 atm with the seat belt hole. Both are really good.
DD kicks all her blankets off when she sleeps so it was a must have when it started getting really cold.
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03-06-2012 14:40 #19
thanks alot for all your replies..now of to google and checking all your lovely suggestions out !
03-06-2012 18:36 #20
They are a UK company (similar to Myer) who do international delivery. Even with the cost of postage they work out cheaper then buying in Australia.
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