How to Get Your Baby Cozy and Sleep Happy

Want to keep baby warm while they sleep but worry they might kick off or wiggle out of a blanket? Using a sleep sack is a nice alternative and Halo has some great options.

For those of you who don’t know, a sleep sack is like a wearable blanket for babies and toddlers. Halo offers them in a variety of sizes, from newborn to toddler, in a swaddle style or without a swaddle.

When my children were babies I liked using these sleep sacks, especially for my son who loved being swaddled. Using the sleep sack was a great way to transition out of swaddling but still give him the cozy feeling he loved for falling asleep.

During those really cold winter nights keep your little one warm and snug in a microfleece sleep sack. There are swaddle ones that come in solid colours and in patterns, like this one with a sweet clouds and rain drops pattern. There are also ones without the swaddle, like these rocket ship or lady bug ones, as well as these toddler ones in blue or pink available in sizes 2T to 5T.

For a lighter fabric that will still keep your little one warm Halo offers sleep sacks in cotton. Choose a swaddle one in solid colours or in patterns like this stripes and dots one or these diamond and elephant ones in pink or blue. There are also non-swaddle ones. I really love the colours on this bird print one and this race cars one.

With a Halo sleep sack your baby will sleep comfortably, which hopefully means you will too.

 

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Jennifer Traynor

Jennifer Traynor

Jennifer Traynor is a mother of two kids living in the suburbs east of Toronto, Ontario. When she’s not working or spending time with her kids you can find her sitting in lotus pose on her yoga mat, sitting snuggled on the couch with her husband catching up on favourite shows or watching a movie or sitting with her laptop writing and editing her blog Mama @ Heart (www.mamaatheart.com). You can also like and follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.