Sleeping bag wool knit with arm

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Size: 60

Color: Night blue

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Wool is also the best choice for diaper-free nights.
And with our fine sleeping bag you can put your child to bed comfortably and warmly without having to forego the comfort of sleeping.
The soft wool knit sleeping bag is open at the bottom so you can easily pull it up without having to open annoying buttons or zippers.
There is an elastic band in the waistband, which you can adjust to the length that suits you using a knot. The opening is very variable depending on your needs, either very wide or more closed.
To hold it in, you push the sleeping bag over the hold-out diaper or whatever you use for your baby at night, so you can comfortably let your baby pee without having to take it off. After stopping, you simply pull the sleeping bag down again and everyone can go back to sleep.

We decided on a practical raglan cut that doesn't have any shoulder seams. This means it adapts well to the baby's body and thanks to the soft wool cuffs, which you can fold over at the beginning, the sleeping bag grows up to three clothing sizes.
Because it is open at the bottom, your child won't bump into it with their feet and can therefore be worn longer than closed sleeping bags.
A soft and stretchy wool cuff was also sewn onto the collar that can be easily pulled over the baby's head. This means that the sleeping bag does not require any fasteners and still closes well around the neck.
If the neck cuff has become a little wider after a long period of use, for example with a sibling, you can pull a fine hat elastic into the cuff using a small buttonhole and everything will be back in shape.

The knit used is made of pure lamb or merino wool. We use recycled wool fabrics to keep the valuable material in the goods cycle and not to have to use new resources.
In the sleeping bag made of wool knit, your baby sleeps in a pleasant body climate. Because just like wool clothing for the day, it supports the heat regulation of the little body. Excess heat and moisture are transported away from the body and can escape to the outside. At the same time, the body can maintain a comfortable temperature while sleeping, which has a positive effect on peaceful and restful sleep.
In the sleeping bag, like under a blanket, a warm layer of air forms around the body, which protects against cooling down. The effect is greater than if your child only wears wool clothing when sleeping, as the distance between the body and the sleeping bag is greater, creating more space for the warm air cushion.

Another advantage of a wool sleeping bag is its water-repellent effect. A care bath in lanolin (wool fat) allows the wool fiber to build up its protective layer and is therefore extremely moisture-resistant. So if a little pee goes wrong, you can quickly vacuum it up with a small cloth without the sleeping bag getting noticeably wet. Airing it out in fresh air the next morning removes unpleasant odors and makes the wool fresh and suitable for bed again.

And even if you don't sleep at night but instead put diapers on your baby and then change them, the sleeping bag is a good way to change a nighttime diaper without much effort. Because it can be pulled up quickly and does not require any fasteners.

Material:

Wool knit made from fine merino wool, mulesing-free and Ökotex100 certified



Further information

The clothes you put on your baby at night depend primarily on the room temperature and the sleeping situation.
If you prefer a warmer sleeping environment, a thin wool-silk or modal nightgown is sufficient. Even if your baby is close to you and your body heat warms him, this is often enough.

If it is cooler where you are, you can dress your baby in a long-sleeved wool and silk shirt. It can also be bare on the legs or wear a pair of cuffs.

If your baby has a greater need for warmth or sleeps in the extra bed at a distance, you can dress him in a cozy (night) shirt made of pure wool. This is warmer, fluffier and thicker than shirts made from a wool-silk blend and helps maintain a comfortable sleeping environment. Your baby can wear wool cuffs or wool trousers on his legs. Pants made of finer knit or cashmere wool are particularly suitable.
The little feet can still be naked, because your baby regulates the heat more through his body and head. So if his feet are cold and dry, you can put a slightly warmer top on him. However, if they are cold and damp, it may be that they are dressed too warmly and are trying to give off excess heat. Then a thinner shirt is often helpful.

You can download our care instructions for our holding diapers and wool clothing here:

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