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Babasac Review - Dual Season baby sleeping bag

Wednesday, 9 May 2012  |  Admin

How time flies… Believe it or not, my little Aerin is now a whole year old – where did that time go to?Obviously being the youngest of 4 children there isn’t a lot she needs in the way of toys for her birthday but I decided to treat her to a new sleeping bag as she’s almost grown out of her 6 – 12 month one.I took a look around at the Baby Show and came across this lovely sleeping bag from the lovely Keira at Mamascarf. The BRILLIANT and unique thing about the Babasac is that it is dual season (like the dual season duvets that you can buy), starting at 2.5 tog but with an inner area which zips out to make it into a summer sleeping bag, with a 1.0 tog rating.Prior to this I thought that all sleeping bags were pretty much of a muchness but a lot of care has gone into the design of this one. For example, the zip starts at the bottom of the sleeping bag, so if you have to do an overnight nappy change for any reason, you don’t have to completely take them out of their sleeping bag.There are also additional internal poppers on the inside which you can use to make the sleeping bag tighter around the arms. This was perfect for me because Aerin is on the 75th centile for height and weight, so I had gone for the 18-36 month one. Using the extra poppers means that it’s still a nice snug fit.Lastly, the Babasac comes in a choice of two different fabrics. I went for the pink hearts one as it fits in with the style of her room, but was seriously tempted by the navy stars….The Babasacs are priced from £37.99 and available from Mamascarf.

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