Halo SleepSack Wearable Blanket
Infant blankets just don’t work well for us at night time. They get kicked off and my baby is always cold. But kicking off the blankets is the least of my issues… the more I read the more it’s saying your not supposed to use blankets due to suffocation risks. As a mom reading that I had a hard time sleeping at night when I would use a blanket for my son. I would tuck in both sides but he would still manage to kick them off.
I turned to Halo SleepSacks to try and solve my problem. They looked and seemed like they would work. I was sent a nice warm Halo SleepSack Wearable Blanket in Micro-fleece and a Halo SleepSack Wearable Blanket in 100% Cotton.
The Micro-fleece has got to be some of the softest fleece I have ever felt. Honestly makes me wish they made them in adult size. The 100% cotton is such a nice lighter sleep sack for those warmer nights that you don’t need something as warm as the Micro-fleece.
The Halo sleep sacks are easy to use. It is as simple as unzipping the zipper, placing your baby inside and zipping back up . The sleep sack has a inverted zipper to make changing diapers easier. I do have to say that in the middle of the night it’s so nice that I don’t have to take my baby out of the sack to change his diaper… make for fast easy changes.
I have fallen in love with the Halo SleepSack and I do sleep better at night knowing that my baby will stay warm at night and there are no loose blankets in the crib that could cover his face. The Halo SleepSack is sleeveless to help prevent any overheating of your baby. Halo even added the detail on each sleep sack reminding the caregiver that “back is best”.
Head over to www.halosleep.com to find the SleepSack that works best for your child. For the older kids they have a SleepSack that has feet holes for the walkers. Halo has your children covered.
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You can purchase a Halo SleepSack on their site.
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