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Zip Up and Sack Out: Sleep Is In The Bag

Posted on: April 19, 2010


Sleep sacks and sleeping bags are sending traditional swaddles packing, and for good reason.  While nothing says snug like a tightly-executed baby burrito, those mummy wraps can be quick to unravel once baby starts rolling about.

Thanks to some very bright folks at HALO (“The Original Sleep Sack”), parents can stop losing sleep over loose sheets, instead zipping their little ones into clever baby sleeping bags that provide the warmth and ritual of a swaddle without sacrificing too much snugness.   Other companies are getting in on the idea now, and there are even folks making them in custom fabrics on Etsy.

Sleep sacks, bags, whatever you want to call them, are fantastic gifts for baby’s first year and just beyond.  Most retail between $20-$50 depending on fabric and brand.  Handmade items often fetch a bit more.  Search “baby sleep sack” on Amazon for a good round-up.

Here are a few favorites (click pics for links):

Organic Elephant Sack from SewnNatural on Etsy | Photo Credit: Etsy/SewnNatural

DwellStudio Sleep Sack in Sparrow Lilac | Photo Credit: dwellstudio.com

HALO SleepSack Wearable Blanket in Organic Cowboy | Photo Credit: http://www.halosleep.com

Aden + Anais Mod Bee Sleeping Bag

Aden + Anais - Mod About Baby - Bee Sleeping Bag | Photo Credit: adenandanais.com

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1 Response to "Zip Up and Sack Out: Sleep Is In The Bag"

I looked at that bumblebee sack but they didn’t have Zeph’s size on Amazon (free shipping was my motivation). Now that warmer climes are upon us, I may just go directly to the source!

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