01/09/2015

MY PREGNANCY JOURNEY: GroBag Every Mummy Needs One

I am having a winter January baby and with it being winter you have all sorts of worries and one of the main things is knowing how to keep your baby warm, nothing worse than having a poorly baby. Winter months in the UK usually means crisp air and as cold as minus temperatures at night and the last thing you want to be worrying about is thinking if your baby is warm enough, with the *grobag in place that is one less worry for me. Grobags are the softest things ever and it's a must purchase for all mummy's out there! 
        
Grobags are essentially baby sleep bags / sleeping bag and it's designed for babies to be used instead of traditional blankets and sheets. They come in a variety of sizes starting from new born and there are different ones to suit different times of the year so essentially they can be used all year round. From reading around online I would suggest to purchase a few as you need to wash / rotate and accidents will happen - I am sure I don't need to go into detail!
                                        
Features For My Silver Sea Lion Grobag:    
Available in 3.5 tog warmth ratings
    Available in sizes 0-6 months, 6-18 months and 18-36 months
    Underarm poppers on 0-6 month size, side zip on all sizes
    Velour outer with appliqué and embroidery details
    100% cotton jersey lining
    Quick-dry polyester filling on the 3.5 tog
    Zip-click® feature on all sizes
    Machine washable and can be tumble dried on low heat
    British Standard approved

Grobags are available either online direct or they can be purchased in store from Mothercare, John Lewis, Babies R Us, Amazon and Kiddicare to name a few or you can click on the ones above and it will take you to the retailer.

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  1. Omg I love the seal design, literally let out a squeal!! haha

    Lucy
    www.lucylovestoeat.com

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    1. Oh its so soft I actually wanna jump in myself lol

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