Ezra is Sleeping Safely & Stylishly in HALO’s Muslin SleepSack {Review & Giveaway}

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We’ve been big fans of HALO SleepSacks and have used them through many different stages since Aiden was a baby. From newborn Swaddlers to Early Walkers, SleepSacks have been a constant nighttime companion and safe sleep item for the boys. Since summer is coming and it’s finally starting to warm up, I was really excited to hear about HALO’s newest SleepSack and Swaddle- 100% cotton muslin fabric.

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HALO SleepSack wearable blankets promote safe sleeping by replacing any loose blankets in the crib that can cover baby’s face and interfere with normal breathing. Baby can stay nice and comfy (and swaddled if using a SleepSack Swaddle!), but can be sure to stay cool in warmer temperatures. With different layers of muslin, the SleepSack provides a tiny bit of weight that I really like when sleeping, but stays completely breathable.

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Just as some other muslin items that I have, the SleepSack gets puffier and softer with each wash.

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Aside from the softness, I love the general features built into each HALO SleepSack. As a wearable blanket, the most obvious safety feature is that the blanket stays away from their face. It also means that Ezra can’t kick off the blanket in the middle of the night. And on the top left side, there’s always a reminder that babies sleeping on their back is best. Another thoughtful feature that I really enjoy is that the SleepSack unzips from the bottom, making diaper changes quick and easy (well, as easy as they can get on a super squirmy almost-crawler 8 month old).

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As always, there are lots of tips on safe sleep you can use for your precious babe. Remember to place baby to sleep on his or her back at naptime and at night time, use a crib that meets current safety standards with a firm mattress that fits snuggly and is covered with only a tight-fitting crib sheet, remove all soft bedding and toys from your baby’s sleep area (this includes loose blankets, bumpers, pillows and positioners), breastfeed, have a separate safe sleep environment near your bed for baby, and consider offering a pacifier. Never put your baby to sleep on any soft surface, never dress your baby too warmly for sleep, keep room temperature 68-72 degrees Fahrenheit, and never allow anyone to smoke around your baby or take your baby into a room or car where someone has recently smoked.

Plus, HALO SleepSack wearable blankets have become the standard for hospital nurseries and parents alike. In fact, 1,250 hospital nurseries use the HALO SleepSack Swaddle instead of blankets through the HALO Safer Way to Sleep Initiative. HALO Innovations also offers free Safe Sleep Practices kits to childbirth educators to help further the cause of SIDS prevention.

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If you want to try out these awesome new 100% Cotton Muslin HALO SleepSacks, you can find them on Amazon. You can also follow HALO on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for more updates on their products and information on safe sleep. Plus, HALO will be offering a brand new 100% cotton muslin SleepSack of your choice to one lucky reader! Enter below for your chance to win!

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23 Responses to Ezra is Sleeping Safely & Stylishly in HALO’s Muslin SleepSack {Review & Giveaway}

  1. Tiffany S. says:

    Always sleep on back… with background noise… limited toys (my munchkins are older)… and of course a monitor turned all the way up so I can hear them breathe :)

  2. Beth Rees says:

    Baby always sleeps on their back and we always have a fan going

  3. Jessica M. says:

    Our little guy sleeps on his back, usually in a sleep sack of some sort!

  4. Mami2jcn says:

    Always sleep on back without pillows.

  5. Carol W says:

    Sleeping on back with no extra items in crib. thanks

  6. Amanda Alvarado says:

    Back sleeping with no bumper pads or blankets!

  7. Keara B. says:

    We practice safe sleep by having our daughter sleep in her own bed with no extra bumpers, blankets, pillows, etc. She has always used a sleep sack too! :)

  8. Devon F says:

    baby sleeps on her back & no blankets in her crib!

  9. Denise Konkel says:

    Sleeping on the back

  10. brooke says:

    we have baby gatea~

  11. Dianne Hall says:

    We don’t keep toys, blankets or pillows in the crib

  12. anita says:

    Always sleep on the back and we also use sleep sacks!

  13. Back to sleep as an infant. No crib bumpers, toys or other loose objects in the crib.

  14. JLin says:

    sleep on back

  15. Julie Ghrist says:

    We do back to sleep. We have nothing in the crib besides a sheet and baby (no bumper toys ect.) and we use sleep sacks instead of a blanket

  16. Amanda Temple says:

    Sleeping on back with only a crib sheet in bed.

  17. Rebecca Parsons says:

    We have absolutely nothing in the crib when the baby is sleeping.

  18. Sadie B. says:

    My kids slept on their backs and no blankets in their beds.

  19. Jeffrey says:

    We never let our kids sleep in our bed when they were really little. My wife would feed our children in the rocking chair at night and then I would take over to help them fall back to sleep. Another good thing is to make sure there is nothing in the crib that can cause the infant to strangle themselves.

  20. Brittany Sims Chelette says:

    With no crib clutter, always on back, and in a Halo or A+A sleepsack :) Love them!!

  21. Nancy Loring says:

    Do mot kerp anything extra in the crib. No stuffed animals or toys.

  22. tanya holland says:

    We would keep the crib free of toys, blankets and everything.

  23. Kristie D. says:

    I don’t have kids but I would never sleep in the same bed as them. Thanks for letting me know about putting them on their back. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.

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