50/50 transition swaddle which is a great way to move your baby from the comfort and security of having both arms tucked away, to one arm, eventually to having two arms out in preparation for sleeping in a sleeping bag.
clearly he was getting too big for his moses basket
The INVENTA sleep bag is a wonderfully soft cotton with bamboo lining and has a great innovation called the genius cooling system - a zipped section on the front which can be open or closed to help regulate your baby's temperature. It is easy to move the baby into the sleeping bag too as it opens flat with a fabulously long zipper. This also makes it easy to change your baby's nappy without too much disruption but if I'm being honest, I NEVER check Ned's nappy during the night. Oops.
Another great idea is the longa shorta feature which allows you to tailor fit the sleeping bag to your baby. As Ned is on the probably shorter side of average, it means we can clip it up so it is a nice tailored fit and, as he (hopefully) grows taller, we can make it longer.
Being a bit of a snob too I do want my Ned looking fly and this cloud and hot air balloon print certainly keeps him looking pretty rad, even when asleep (is there anything cuter than a sleeping baby?!)
I seriously swear by these products and will probably buy one for each new baby that comes into my life (my nephew Austin got a love to swaddle up lite for christmas).
Check out my other posts on love to dream here and here.
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