a baby sleeping bag is a smart choice
Help reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)Every year approximately 2,500 babies in US alone still die from SIDS.* There has been a great effort worldwide to educate parents and other caregivers on how to reduce the risks associated with SIDS. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recommend the use of baby sleeping bags instead of blankets that may be hazardous to babies.
A baby sleep sack eliminates the need of blankets that can easily cover baby’s face during sleep and cause suffocation –a risk factor for SIDS. Baby cannot slip inside the sleep sack like she/he can with blankets and other loose covers. It also promotes back sleeping - a recommendation for reducing the risks of SIDS.
Help your baby sleep betterBabies cannot kick-off their wearable blanket so they stay covered all night. It helps them sleep comfortably through the night and not wake up cold. A baby sleep bag also prevents baby’s legs from getting caught in-between crib bars and make it harder for older babies to climb out of their cribs.
Make your baby fall asleep more easilyBabies learn to associate their sleep sack with sleep, which helps them fall asleep more easily. Woolino baby sleeping bag comes with a travel bag for easy transportation to help baby continue their sleep routine even when out of home and visiting friends or family.
* Source: American Academy of Pediatrics.