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Lil Tip: Sleep Sacks That Have Mama Resting Easy

New mamas often worry about SIDS, so removing fluffy blankets, bumpers and stuffed animals from a babe's crib is advised. Once your infant passes the swaddling stage, Aden + Anais's new breathable muslin sleep sacks ($35) can come in handy. Made of the same soft material their blankets are famous for, the lil zip bags keep lil ones from overheating. Available in darling designs, the sacks fit babes 6 months old through age two.

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Gruberr1 Gruberr1 6 years
I never used sleep sacks, but I love Aden and Anais. I would definitely check this out. Their products are so light and soft!
karensams karensams 6 years
I love sleepsacks. They keep my baby warm and I get peace of mind. I've always used Halo SleepSacks. You can buy them at Babies R Us for $20. Watch out for some of the cheaper ones, especially the ones with sleeves. They can cause suffocation.
Fitness Fitness 6 years
I used sleep sack for both my girls and they workout well.
MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
i HATE sleep sacks, I always have. Every baby ive ever put in one has managed to inch it up and around their shoulders.. i much prefer sleep suits.
GirlC GirlC 6 years
I love sleep sacks but $35 is a bit expensive for one. I picked up a nice cotton one (for spring/summer) at Babies R Us for $10.
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