There are so many different ones around. Bub was in love to dream ones as a newbie & is currently in a wonder bundle..
As the weather gets colder & we are faced with needing to invest in warmer sleeping bags.. Which ones are your favourite & why?
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11-03-2014 21:05 #1
Baby sleeping bags.
11-03-2014 21:18 #2Senior Member
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We use Bubbaroo. Good sizes, washes well and reasonably priced. Used them for 3 kids, still going strong
11-03-2014 21:39 #3
We love Bambino Merino sleeping bags here. They allow your little one to regulate their temp so are good all year round. You just alter the layers they wear underneath!
13-03-2014 22:24 #4Junior Member
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- Mar 2014
I used grobags for my first DD but have just bought a woolbabe for this winter, looks so comfy and warm! Fingers crossed it brings us lots of good nights sleep
14-03-2014 05:15 #5
The ergo ones so soft lol
Love DD and DS with all my heart and more x
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