Ok, so my DD is almost 9 months old. Last winter we used the swaddle blankets to keep her warm. This year we are looking for LS Sleep Sacks. Anyone know where I can find one? I get real nervous about winter because when my DS was 5 months old he got Brochial Pnemonia and was in the hospital for 2 weeks. I want to make sure she is warm enough but can't find any for her size w/ sleeves.
They have them on amazon by Summer Infant. I just went on amazon and typed in long sleeved sleep sack and several types came up. They also might sell them at babies r us since I know Carters makes a long sleeved sleep sack, and BRU sells Carters clothes.
The best thing i found for DS was the really thick footy pajama's but he also always really hated sleep sacks and being swaddled. He's not 2 and we still get him the thick footies because he always kicks his blankets off.
I use sleep sacks as well, although I use the short sleeved ones. I have found them in most major department stores. I use a sleep sack combined with a weather appropriate sleeper and love them!! DS is also almost 9 months old, and I am still too nervous to put blankets in the crib.
I was at Target today and saw some long sleeved blanket sleeper sacks. Also since i know most of the ones i've seen since they started coming out with fall baby clothes are still sleeveless or shortsleeve. What about putting a long sleeved onsie on her underneath the sleepsack so her arms are still covered?
We have been using the sleevless, she wont sleep w/o a sleep sack....LOL But I just wanted to make sure she is warm. The only LS Carters I could find only go up to 9 months and Trinity is so long she can't use them comfortably. But I will check Amazon and Target. Thanks ladies! :-)
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