- The lining and chest areas are in 100% premium cosy merino wool, which naturally regulates body temperature in summer and winter
- The outside layer is made from GOTS certified organic cotton, meaning it is free from any hazardous substances
- It comes in one adjustable universal size that works from 3 months to 24 months saving you money in the long run
- Extra reinforced snaps on both shoulders to allow for easy dressing, but they won’t deteriorate over time or pop off when your baby starts to stand up
- Underarm snaps that adjust the bag for small babies
- Full length zip opens flat to allow for quick and easy nappy changes. You can also leave the bottom unzipped for additional airflow
- A seat belt slot (in the front and back) that allows you to easily transfer the little one between the cot, pram and car seat
- Premium YKK zippers with fabric protectors so there is no chance of pinching your baby’s skin
- They do not need to be washed very often (just aired out) due to the natural odour-inhibiting properties of merino wool and when it does need to be washed it can go in the washing machine… and even the dryer (on low!)
- All these points are excellent but when push comes to shove I know you are all thinking the exact same thing that I would be thinking; does it help my child sleep because let’s face it, we all want more sleep. Well we have been using the Merino sleeping bag for a week now. If you read my blog regularly you will know that Faye was going through some sort of sleep regression the last few months. Night times were pretty horrendous to say the least. Well I kid you not, the first time I put her in th sleeping bag was for her afternoon nap. She normally wakes screaming after 40mins only suddenly she slept for 1.5 hrs and woke up cooing to herself. Ok I said, what an odd coincidence. So that night I prepared for the worst again but we had one of the best night’s we have had in months. Over the next few night’s things have continued to be so much better. I am not claiming a miracle cure here as we did have one other pretty shocking night but overall I would say the sleep bag is definitely controlling her temperature better than any others I have and that seems to be helping her sleep better. The quality is evident straight away on feeling the product and the sleep bag we have is a beautiful colour and great softness. It has also passed the washing test because even though you don’t need to wash it often we had to after day three because there was a calpol incident. It can out just as soft as it went in I am happy to report. I’d say get two of these and that is all you will ever need! I absolutely wish I had known about these with my boy three years ago but at least Faye can enjoy the benefits now.
Antipodes Merino wool sleeping bags are currently available for £64.99 on Amazon UK, however my readers can use discount code KCE3MOPA. Please remember to always follow safe sleep guidelines. Here is some great information from the Lullaby Trust.
This has been a sponsored post with Antipodes Merino. We received a Baby Merino sleeping bag in exchange for a honest review.