My boy is 24 months this Sunday but he is still co sleeping with us in our bed because hubby thinks that he gets too cold in his room by himself. We have tried putting him in his toddler bed in his own room but he hates his blankets and kept kicking it away, revealing his tummy. He also hates wearing one piece jumpsuit which keeps him warm. Testing this product might get him out of our room ad I am expecting another baby due in 9 months & we can't have 2 babies in our room at the same time.
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04-05-2013 01:45 #21Senior Member
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We need 5 people to review the Safe T Sleep Sleepwrap!
04-05-2013 14:13 #22Junior Member
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What a great concept! We're about to embark on our first OS trip with DD, and I've been looking for a lightweight solution instead of a portacot. I would really love to try this out - pretty please! My address details are correct.
04-05-2013 14:16 #23
I'd love to try this. My DD is almost (in 2 weeks) 12 months old and is such a bad sleeper for a number of reasons. Mainly from constant rolling and getting cold! I'd love to find a solution for her
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05-05-2013 06:20 #24
Please pick me!! My DD (15m) is the most wriggly sleeper, and constantly kicks her blankets off She wakes up cold & always takes her socks off so I'm at a loss!
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06-05-2013 07:42 #25Member
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My dd is 9 months old and doesn't stay still in her cot and is constantly banging her head on the bars. Canberra is freezing and dd never keeps her blankets on. I would love to give this a try!
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06-05-2013 09:17 #26
Offer's closed, anyone who applies after this post won't be considered! Will pick who gets to review shortly..
28-05-2013 17:21 #27
Anyone having issues with this?
I got it yesterday and cannot get it on the cot....
28-05-2013 18:06 #28
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28-05-2013 18:14 #29
My hubby was helping and it still wouldn't go on...
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