Baby Loves Sleep - Hands in & Out Swaddle Organic Cotton 0.7 Tog
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Our Hands In & Out sleep suit has all the features of the original Sleepy Hugs sleep suit that babies and their parents love, including a two-way zipper that opens up the full-body length with top zipper cover, and bottom opening zipper for easy nappy changes and a roomy, hip-friendly design that easily accommodates a hip-dysplasia brace.
Baby Loves Sleep - Organic Cotton Hands in & Out Swaddle 0.7 Tog
Introducing our brand new exclusive design by Matthew Langille, NYC. Made using 100% GOTS organic cotton, making them super soft, breathable to keep your baby comfortable throughout the night.
The key feature of the Hands In & Out sleep suit is the addition of clever fold over cuffs that can be open to allow your baby to self-soothe before sleep or they can be folded over and fully enclosing your child’s hands within the suit, warm and cosy throughout the night.
NOTE: If your baby is still experiencing strong startle reflex, we recommend you choose the Sleepy Hugs original.
Hands In & Out is available in a range of modern prints and colours in sizes from 6-12 months to 12 months+. Please check the size guide to help you choose the correct size for your baby.
This sleep suit comes in two sizes only:
Medium (6-12 months) - suitable for babies aged from 6 months onwards, weighing 8 - 10 kg. The length of the sleep suit is approx. 75cm.
Large (12+ months) - suitable for babies 12 months and beyond, weighing over 10 kg. The length of the sleep suit is approx. 86cm and is for babies that are ready to move on to having their hands outside of the sleep suit.
Made using 100% GOTS Organic Cotton. 100% breathable so babies won't sweat or overheat and is suitable for eczema.
All Baby Loves Sleep products carry the Baby Safety Australia tick of approval. Baby Safety Australia is a privately operated organisation, and the key representative body in the Australian nursery industry. Baby Safety Australia operates in close conjunction with groups such as Red Nose Australia (formerly known as SIDS and Kids), Kidsafe and the Australian Child Restraint Resource Initiative (ACRI).