Toddler Sleeping Bag

My two-year-old has developed a new habit; she cannot keep her blankets on herself at night. I tuck her in tightly and she still manages to wiggle out. This new habit comes with an unwelcomed side effect — a constant runny nose. Turns out that even in the spring time, Parisian nights are chilly and blankets are essential.

This beautiful merino wool toddler sleep sack from Bambino Merino has been a life saver. It is designed for toddlers aged 2-4 and is seriously big (I can almost fit in it) so there is lots of space  to move around. It is also so soft and comfortable that there isn’t any resistance when I put her into it.

If you have a blanket-kicker, even a big one, I strongly recommend this bag!

- Emilie

4 COMMENTS - Add your own

1. Tina | June 9, 2010 | Reply

What a great idea!
Best,
Tina

2. Sarah | June 9, 2010 | Reply

Absolutely the best sleeping bags around. My daughter has had these since she was born and I was quite worried about her growing out of the normal sized bags and thankfully they invented these! They totally regulate toddler temp so even in hot or v cold weather they keep just warm enough to sleep soundly – genius!!

3. Urban Mums | June 9, 2010 | Reply

I love bambino merino – great pj’s too.

4. Courtney | June 9, 2010 | Reply

We LOVE Bambino Merino. They’re the best sleeping bags on the market. I have one for Ivy and it gets softer and softer the older it gets.

LEAVE A COMMENT