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Happily, it’s easy to put this advice into practice by making a few simple changes. Baby sleeping bags can help to keep babies safe too. In a sleeping bag, your baby can wriggle about as much as she likes without accidentally covering her head. Furthermore, a sleeping bag promotes a stable body temperature, and you can use different weight sleeping bags at different times of the year to ensure that baby remains safe and cosy at all times, neither too hot nor too cold. A grow bag can also help to ensure that your baby remains on his back because the bag makes it harder for him to roll over.
When choosing a sleeping bag for your baby, you need to make sure that you get the right weight and size. The weight or thickness of a sleeping bag is indicated by its tog value; the higher the tog value, the thicker the bag. The general rule here is that you should use thinner sleeping bags in the summer and thicker ones in the winter. You can find more information which sleeping bag weight to choose at which temperature below:
Remember too that the clothes that your baby wears will affect their body temperature. Do not use blankets with sleeping bags because this might make baby too hot, and use a thermometer to check that the room is the right temperature
As well as the choosing the right sleeping bag weight, you should take care to select the right size sleeping bag for your child. If the bag is too large, your baby can slip into it and their head might become covered. Additionally, babies in sleeping bags that are too big will lose body heat more quickly. On the other hand, a bag that is too small will be uncomfortable and might restrict movement too much, which will lead to restlessness and less sleep for both baby and parents! Slumbersac sleeping bags are available in six different sizes, and are suitable from birth to six to ten years old. For more information on sizing, see our detailed below:
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