Baby Sleeping Bags - the benefits

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Baby Sleeping Bags - the benefits

Looking after babies essentially hasn't changed since we were small, but at the same time, there have been huge advances over the years with medical breakthroughs, increased knowledge and awareness, all helping Parents today to make the right choices for them and their baby.

In the early 1990's, new sleep guidelines were introduced to reduce the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) in newborns under the age of 6 months and to educate Parents on safer sleeping for their baby. Thanks to these, the number of SIDS deaths have gradually fallen, but there are still nearly 300 unexplained infant deaths per year in the UK (info courtesy of The Lullaby Trust)

You can click HERE to read The Lullaby Trust's Safe Sleeping Guidelines PDF. If you would like a simple room thermometer for only £3.00 with FREE delivery, click HERE and enter code FREE at checkout.

Baby sleeping bags have increased in popularity greatly over the last 10 years as Parents have become more aware about their baby's sleep safety. Sleeping bags offer your baby a consistent sleeping environment, and can be used as part of your night time routine. the benefits of a well-fitting sleeping bag are:

  • you do not need to use additional sheets - loose sheets pose a risk to your baby
  • your baby cannot kick off the sleeping bag so they won't get cold in the night
  • your baby should not be able to slip down inside the bag
  • using a sleeping bag promotes back sleeping

Why have Rosebud Baby chosen Merino sleeping bags?

It is no accident that we have chosen Merino Kids sleeping bags as our sleeping bag of choice in 2014 and here's why:

  • Merino Kids sleeping bags are 100% natural 
  • the merino regulates temperature, meaning your baby is ever too hot or cold
  • the merino absorbs perspiration from the skin and releases it into the air to reduce the occurrence of clamminess 
  • the bags are sleeveless to allow complete air circulation whilst in the cot
  • they are great value for money - as they can be used all year round* you will not need to change tog ratings according to the season
  • they are available in 3 sizes - the Cocooi range is designed for smaller or premature babies from 0-3 months, and the Go Go bag comes in sizes 0-2 years and 2-4 years (0-2y has poppers beneath the arms to ensure a snug fit)
  • for more information on 'Why Merino' click HERE

* they have no Tog rating and the standard Go Go bags are suitable for use in nursery temperatures of 18-27° throughout the year; the duvet weight Go Go bags can be used in nursery temperatures of 14-20° when the temperature drops overnight; the 100% organic cotton embroidered bag are perfect for temperatures of 24-27° when it's very hot and clammy.

To see our Merino Kids range visit


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