Keeping little ones warm while they snooze goes a long way towards getting a good nights sleep. While layering lots of light, breathable layers ensure they stay snug during the day, baby sleeping bags keep babes covered from their arms all the way down to their wee tippy toes during the night.
The other benefit to baby sleeping bags is that they move with your baby, meaning no more lost blankets and a better chance at a decent sleep for all!
18 baby sleeping bags for winter
To help you find a winter baby sleeping bag that’s right for your wriggly worm, we’ve compiled this handy list of fab brands to get you started in your search.
Made from hypoallergenic and luxurious, 100% superfine merino, Merineo’s clever sleeping bag design allows options for ‘arms in’ or ‘arms out’ sleep. Hip-healthy approved, they’re available in three fashionable colours with three trim options.
A padded winter warmer with long sleeves to keep bub as snug as a bug on chilly nights. The handy front zip makes for easy nappy changes and the hole in the back allows a five-point stroller hardness to fit through for late-night strolls.
Made from organic cotton, with plenty of room to move (thanks to clever stretch inserts), the ergoPouch luxe sleeping bag comes in four size ranges started at two months up to six-years-old. Hip healthy and made from breathable natural fibres that are soft on baby’s skin.
Dreamy, 100 per cent Merino plus two layers of Jersey combine to create the Babu 3 Seasons Merino Sleeping Bag. Clever armhole snaps allow for an adjustable fit and the handy side zip is what easy nighttime changes are all about.
Made with 100% organic cotton, Purebaby’s sleeping bags come with or without sleeves in a range of TOG weights. Best-selling seasonal designs include playful jungle and cute kitty making bedtime extra fun.
6. Baby Loves Sleep
Toasty from top to toe, Baby Love Sleep award-winning sleep sack has top and bottom opening zippers for sneaky night time changes. And the clever fold-over wrist cuffs help babes self-soothe as they settle to sleep and keep those teeny tiny hands nice and warm.
An award-winner that converts from a baby or toddler sleeping bag to a sleep suit with just the pull of a zipper. Available in 2.5 TOG or 3.5 TOG, the sleep suit bags from ergoPouch make the transition from cot to bed a breeze.
8. Nature Baby
Cosy enough for snuggly slumbers, yet roomy enough for wriggles in the night, these organic cotton and merino sleeping bags are made for all seasons. Featuring a ribbed cotton outer and a jersey cotton inner, they’re perfect for tucking little tots in for the cooler nights.
Handmade in New Zealand, Snugbags award-winning sleeping bags tick all the boxes – from the adorable designs to the lush, cloud-like Merino wool. Available in a range of different weights including their new high country deluxe with an extra merino fleece layer.
Silky smooth and oh-so-soft, the Bubbaroo Joey Swag is designed to keep baby covered even while they move n’ groove through the night. Made from 100% breathable natural fibres with a luxurious organic cotton sateen lining for baby’s delicate skin.
11. Baby Studio
Super snuggly and perfect for sleepy bears who like to jiggle and wiggle their legs to get comfy. The Studio Bag is available in organic cotton or soft-to-touch fleece for extra warmth all winter long.
12. Sweet Cheeks Merino
Made from 100% sustainable, natural products, Sweet Cheeks Merino winter sleeping bags have a unique 3-layer system, ensuring no more waking from the cold. Luxuriously soft layers of merino wool, covered in 100 per cent natural organic cotton. Bliss.
13. Bamboo Bubby
Designed to stop little hands itching at sensitive skin irritated by eczema or dermatitis, the Bamboo Buddy’s nifty adjust-a-sleeve technology allows it to grow with baby up until they’re two-years-old and beyond.
All aboard the train to Sleepytown. The quilted Bonds baby sleeping bags make warm nights a cinch thanks to the open arms and a cocooned bottom. Perfect for cutie pies catching their Z’s, Bonds also have a Wondercool range to help keep bubs from sweating while they sleep.
15. The Gro Company
Made from super-soft cotton-rich fabric the Tommee Tippee Grobag features a two-way zip so changes during the night and as baby wakes are easy as can be. Designed with plenty of room for bubba to kick, move and stretch.
16. Cotton on
Available in two pretty patterns, the baby sleeping bags from Cotton On help keep cutie pies cosy even as the temperatures drop. Cushioned for comfort, they’re ideal for leaving little ones feeling all warm and fuzzy inside.
Fully padded and lined for sublime comfort, the sleeping bags from Best&Less have a handy zip so nappy checks and quick and easy. With tow beautiful designs to choose from, it’s hug-factor guaranteed.
Cosi by name and cosy by nature. A great alternative to a blanket at nighttime, the Cosi Bag keeps lovebugs snug during the cool winter months. Featuring a two-way zip, cotton lining and hypoallergenic padding, they tick all the right boxes for babe’s bedtime.
The cute factor is off the charts with the Sleeping Bags from Slumbersac. The roomy design and clever feet openings mean little lambs can walk and play before they wind down on winter nights. The sleeves are also easily removable for sleepy bears who prefer their arms a little cooler.
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