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    Default know where I can buy cheaper sleeping bags?

    I can't justify the price of the grobags etc
    Do you know of any decent cheaper brands and where I can buy them?
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    I got one for DD at Big W. Way cheaper, I couldn't justify the cost of a grow bag, they grow too fast!

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    yes i know! I bought 2 lighter ones for bub and regret it now since she fits them but they are too cool. Might have to ebay them this spring!

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    I got mine from best and less. One is cotton no sleeves and the other is fluffy material with sleeves and very very warm! I usually put him in that one just in a nappy on a cold night as its so warm

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    yes, i worry about the fabric in terms of overheating etc. I bought a bubbaroo and grobag. Both seemed good, just $$$$

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    I'm pretty sure ours is cotton. She doesn't get sweaty in it at all. It's not an overly heavy one, we bought it during summer and she just wore a nappy & singlet. Now that it's cold at night she wears flannelette PJs. No issues with being too hot or cold as yet!

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    We get slumber sacs online and grobags on eBay from the uk, but some online baby stores in aus sometimes have buy one, get 1 free

    Mel x

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    We bought one from Big W too and am very happy with it. We have a second hand gro bag and don't feel there is much difference tbh

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    I get my Gro bags online from the UK too, through eBay. The last one I got cost me $34 AUS dollars with delivery! Bargain


 

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