If you’re looking for some tools to help your baby find a sleep routine, perhaps a Grobag sleeping bag would be helpful for you too!We never used a sleep sack for our daughter, so it hadn’t occurred to me to purchase one, but thankfully someone had given us one, so I pulled it out of the closet and decided to give it a try at bedtime one night.
After putting on pajamas, I zipped up my little man in his wearable blanket and began singing him some of our usual lullabies. It wasn’t instant, but I could tell that something about the sleeping bag gave my baby comfort. Perhaps it was the extra layer of warmth or having a boundary for his kicky legs without being overly confining, but whatever the case, the sleeping bag quickly became our bedtime BFF. Over the past couple of months, our sleeping bag has become a comfort item that signals sleep and rest for my little one, and it’s wonderful. When I pull it out, he knows that sleep is coming, and I can see the visible change in his demeanor as he becomes calm.
The Lullaby Trust endorsed and multi-award winning Baby Sleeping Bag. They keep babies at a comfortable temperature all night long
Material used in Grobag products
They become a great part of the bedtime routine, and will help your baby feel familiar, secure and confident and understand when its time for bed, even when away from home
Grobag started the baby sleeping bag revolution back in 2000 and it changed the way that mums and dads put their babies to bed. Our Grobags meet all the relevant safety standards. Young babies love to feel all snug and secure, just like they were in mummy’s tummy. Gro-swaddle is simply a cleverly shaped wrap that goes round your baby with no need for Velcro or ties. Just enough fabric to keep your baby snug, but not so much that they get too hot.
A gorgeous new range of comforters will make great new pals for newborns. Made from plush soft velour and in cute animal characters, each of the comforters can be used by parents as a puppet to amuse and engage newborns