When all 3 of my kids were babies they used sleeping bags instead of blankets, the idea of loose blankets and sheets worried me because they all moved a lot when they slept. Actually Poppet is probably the worst of the 3 because she is now 15 months old and still moves from one end of her bed to the other numerous times throughout the night, because of this I cannot see blankets making their way to her bed in the foreseeable future. This is why I am so grateful for brands like aden+anais that cater to children like mine. Having the option of great quality sleeping bags that are large enough to fit a 1 year old with room to move her legs and remain comfortable at night is wonderful and now that the night are warming up, Poppet is enjoying the luxury of her aden+anais classic sleeping bag.
The 100% cotton muslin 0.6 TOG sleeping bag is thick enough to keep her warm but light enough that she can wear her pyjamas underneath. The quality is exactly as you would expect from aden and anais and the classic sleeping bag range offers a wide selection of prints. I love that the arm holes are wide and the zip is nice and hidden. They are very generous sizes as well so your little one will definitely get a decent amount of use from them!
If you are planning on attending the Baby & Toddler Show in Sydney this weekend (26-28 September) make sure you stop by the aden+anais stand (stand E2) and check out their superior range. Unfortunately I won’t be able to make it this time so say Hi for me when you see them.
aden+anais sleeping bag and swaddles
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Disclosure: I received the an aden+anais classic sleeping bag for the purpose of this review.
All opinions are my own.
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