Grobag started the baby sleep bag revolution back in 2000 and we are very proud to have changed the way that parents put their babies to bed.Safe
Well fitting, low-tog Baby Sleep Bags, when used correctly, are potentially one of the safest forms of bedding for your baby. While the baby has complete freedom of movement within the Baby Sleep Bag, the fitted neck and armholes ensure that there is no danger of either slipping in or out, provided the baby is placed in the correct size of Baby Sleep Bag for his age/weight. Therefore, provided also that a suitable level of nightwear is worn, he can sleep safely at a pleasant and constant temperature throughout the night. Grobags meet all the relevant safety standards and each comes with a free nursery thermometer and guide of what to wear. Grobag has worked closely with The Lullaby Trust, (formerly FSID), a charity that works to promote Safer Sleep for babies and support for families.Grobag Baby Sleep Bags
We go to extraordinary lengths to make sure our Grobags are manufactured to the highest possible quality standards with the very best premium washable fabrics and high quality YKK zips, which are covered or hidden.
A Baby Sleep Bag (or Baby Sleeping Bag) is a “wearable blanket” designed for babies to be used instead of traditional blankets and sheets. Baby Sleep Bags have a neck opening and armholes and are therefore “worn” by the baby to help the baby stay at the right temperature through the night without the problem of traditional blankets and sheets being kicked off or getting tangled up.Photographed in Sweet Dreams Travel Gro Bag.View larger
The Lullaby Trust and Health Professionals recommend that the ideal room temperature for your baby is 65°F. Our 2.5 tog Grobag Baby Sleep Bags are designed to be used at this temperature. If the nursery is warmer or colder, simply adjust the level of clothing your baby is wearing. We provide a FREE nursery thermometer with 0-6 and 6-18 mth Grobags to help you monitor the temperature of your baby's bedroom.Photographed in Sandcastle Bay.
They stop babies kicking off their covers, getting cold and waking themselves and everyone else upThey can’t be kicked over your baby’s head or get tangled upThey keep babies at a comfortable temperature all night longYour baby can wake up, move around his cot, and fall back to sleep all on his own without you having to tuck them back inThey 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 homeThey can help the transition from Moses basket to cot by being the familiar “comforter” in bothThey may delay the age at which your baby rolls over onto his tummyThey may delay the age at which your baby is able to climb out of his cot.Photographed in Teapot Regatta.
If your baby has woken up because he is too cold, pick him up and adjust either the temperature of the room, or the baby's clothing. You can cuddle your baby in his Grobag to warm him up again before putting him back, warm and cosy in his crib If your baby feels hot, you should cool him down by removing some clothing, then either adjust the temperature of the bedroom or the clothes your baby is wearing before returning him to his cot.Photographed in Carnival Travel Gro Bag. What should my baby wear under a Grobag Baby Sleep Bag
What your baby wears will depend on the tog of Grobag Baby Sleep Bag and the temperature of your baby's bedroom. (In the same way as you would adjust nightclothes and number of blankets). As a guide, please refer to the table below. Please remember, though, that babies are all different and, just as with blankets and sheets, you will soon discover what your baby is most comfortable wearing. Placing your fingers on your baby’s chest is the best indicator of whether they are too hot/too cold/just right as babies’ hands often feel cool.Photographed in Woodland Tales.
As the larger sizes last for at least a year