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The 2019 Best of Baby Award Winner for Top Wearable Blanket

This super-soft bamboo sleeping bag will make even Mom and Dad want to crawl right in.
ByThe Bump Editors
Updated
April 9, 2019
baby sleep suit by kyte
Image: Kyte Baby
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And the Winner Is: Kyte Baby Sleeping Bag

Once baby outgrows the swaddle, a wearable blanket (commonly called a sleep sack) is the safest alternative to loose blankets in the crib (a big no-no for suffocation concerns). Better still, a sack makes it harder for your growing baby to climb out of the crib once they’re mobile. The super-soft Kyte Baby sleeping bag is made from bamboo, which is naturally breathable and antimicrobial. It’s an all-weather solution, offering just the right bit of coziness for naptime and bedtime. A double zipper makes getting baby in and out (even during middle-of-the-night diaper changes) fuss-free. The sleeping bags come in a rainbow of colors and prints that even the most stylish babies (and parents) will love.

What We Love

  • A sleeping bag promotes safe sleep, even deterring standing babies from climbing out of the crib
  • It’s super-soft and made from bamboo, offering breathability and antimicrobial properties
  • A double zipper makes getting baby in and out a breeze
  • An array of fun colors and prints is available to match any style

Buy it: $50, Amazon.com

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