Sleepy Bub: organic sleeping bag

$69.99
Sleepy Bub’s Organic Sleeping bag has been cleverly designed to keep your baby warm at night by going over the top of the Sleepy Bub swaddle or simply worn on it’s own. Ideal for cold winter nights to keep your baby warm and snug.  The arm holes can close or open for when your baby transitions from being swaddled to sleeping with arms free. The arm holes are also adjustable in size for the perfect fit. 100% GOTS Certified Organic...
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Sleepy Bub’s Organic Sleeping bag has been cleverly designed to keep your baby warm at night by going over the top of the Sleepy Bub swaddle or simply worn on it’s own.

Ideal for cold winter nights to keep your baby warm and snug.  The arm holes can close or open for when your baby transitions from being swaddled to sleeping with arms free. The arm holes are also adjustable in size for the perfect fit.

  • 100% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton, inner and outer lining
  • Ethically made, WRAP Certified
  • Free from nasty chemicals
  • Eco-friendly colour fast dyes
  • Two-way YKK main zipper for easy nappy changes
  • Safety zip cover from top to bottom
  • hypo-allergenic polyester inner padding

TOG rating is a thermal rating used to help you choose a safe and comfortable alternative for your baby allowing you to create the ideal sleeping temperature for your little ones. This 2.5+ TOG sleeping bag is recommended for colder climates where the temperature falls below 20 degrees celsius.

Sleepy Bub is an Australian owned innovative baby sleepwear company based in Sydney. Eileen Calodoukas was a frustrated mother when it came to sleep-time. Nothing she tried seemed to work.

"I came up with the innovative approach to traditional baby swaddling while struggling to settle my own babies to sleep (and stay asleep). No matter how well my husband and I wrapped our babies, the little ones kept breaking out and waking up throughout the night and during nap times. Finally, I took it upon myself to design a sleepsuit to resolve my dilemma."