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If you ask me, baby bean bags were one of the best inventions to come out of the modern world.
When we had Francis we knew we were going to put her down for naps and bedtime in a baby sleeping bag after we did some research on the subject.
We were amazed with the information we found.
We discovered that with her head and arms sticking out of fitted holes in the baby bean bag it makes nighttime much safer for her. The reason is basically since she is sleeping on her back in her bag, and wrapped securely, she can’t wiggle her way out and possibly get tangled up in sheets or blankets. It also means she can’t accidentally fall or get her legs stuck between anything. The baby sleeping bag basically traps her, but because it has her body trapped, it protects her.
Sizing of the baby sleeping bags is the same as any infant clothes and there are different thicknesses of fabric. It’s called a TOG measurement, which is easy to follow. A thicker baby sleeping bag with a TOG rating of 2.5 is as thick as 2 and half blankets.
We watch the temperature in Francis’ room carefully and use the proper TOG rated baby sleeping bag based on the thermometer reading.
The idea it to keep Francis from overheating, which would wake her up and interrupt her sleep.
We would never consider using anything other than baby sleeping bags and will continue to do so until she outgrows them all.
Comments (0) Mar 31 2014