Safe Baby Sleeping Bags – Why Choose Them

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Why on earth would you want to buy safe baby sleeping bags? How can you be sure the material they’re made out of is completely safe for my baby to use? I’m sure you’ve asked yourself all these questions, haven’t you? The last thing I want is for my baby to suffocate in a warm sleeping bag. So, it’s very important that we as parents get to know what the different types of material our bodies are made from before we actually decide to buy one.

Most baby sleeping bags today are designed with one intention and that is to prevent infants from suffocating. Although we all know that babies sleep through the night, the amount of time they spend out of their nappies in warm beds is much less than that of older newborns who sleep up to eight hours a night. As such, it’s very important that you baby’s sleeping bag, nappy or blanket kept at a constant temperature to avoid the potential of your newborn’s becoming stranded when the temperature drops outside of the recommended range.

Safe Baby Sleeping Bags

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What most people don’t realise is that there are two types of temperature rating available on the majority of safe baby sleeping bags. You’ll find that some are labelled as warm, others as cool. You also have the traditional warm/cool tog rating and this is usually denoted on the outside of the nappy by an image representing either a rainbow or a cactus. If you’re buying online, be sure to check the temperature rating on the item you’re interested in very carefully so that you get a close idea about how it will fit into your baby’s nappy.

In addition to temperature, our sleeping bags to keep your baby nice and warm during those cold winter months. The reason behind this is that they’re designed to keep the baby warm and dry. If you’re concerned about your baby’s skin then why not go for a 100% cotton nappy? This is a lot more beneficial than the other options since babies tend to perspire a lot less when keeping warm.

Choose Right Fabrics

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You’ll also find that our baby sleeping bags to keep your baby warm by preventing them from getting colds. There are certain fabrics that your child can get cold quicker than others. They call these fabrics cold snaps. It’s always advisable to make sure that your baby has the best quality of thermal fabric possible. A high quality thermal material will prevent the body from getting cold much faster than other ones.

Our safe baby sleeping bags are all manufactured to strict guidelines and meet all government requirements. The most common material used is polyester. One of the most important things about this type of fabric is that it is flame retardant. Since infants are more prone to fire accidents than older children, it’s better to ensure that they don’t get burned when they’re close to or in the heat of a fire. Most of the time, it’s only the lining that gets burnt but if it touches the outside of the garment, it can easily catch fire.

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If you are wondering why the sleeping bags to keep your little one warm, it’s because they have extra layers that help the heat stay longer in the bag. There’s a little one on top and two little ones on the bottom. They don’t allow the heat to escape quickly so it stays longer than other bags that just give off warmth very rapidly. In fact, most of them are designed to last up to several months before needing to be replaced.

As a final note, if you are worried about the state of the current bedding used in the US, it’s time to check out the European Union. Many babies there have no problems with suffocation despite the fact that the bedding is thinner than here. The reason for this is that the bedding doesn’t actually touch the baby as it sleeps.


Here, it’s all cotton and even though the material doesn’t get too hot when a baby is fast asleep, it does form a barrier that can prevent the child from getting to the warmth outside. These kinds of bags are extremely popular throughout Europe and it can be hard to find the same quality in the US.

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