One of the biggest worries I had when Timmy was an infant was sleep safety. If only I knew about wearable baby blankets then! I had read about SIDS and so made sure baby’s sleep environment was as safe as possible, e.g. no stuffed toys, no pillows. Blankets were a no-no as baby could get entangled. I wish I knew about this when Timmy was an infant: a safe, wearable baby blanket. It looks very cute too!
It’s called the HALO® SleepSack® Wearable Blanket. Baby’s covered through the night and it eliminates the risk of getting blankets on their face. The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests using wearable blankets for reducing the risk of SIDS. I think this is an awesome invention.
Features of the Halo SleepSack Wearable Blanket
For newborns, there’s a HALO SleepSack Swaddle with a 2-in-1 design. Swaddling helps baby sleep better.
It comes in bigger sizes too, for early walkers and big kids.
How much is this? The HALO SleepSack retails at P1,300 up. Seems like a sound investment, don’t you think? If I have another baby, I’ll definitely give this a whirl. Would you consider trying HALO’s wearable baby blanket for your own baby too?
You can learn more about HALO products at their website (www.halophilippines.com) and their Facebook page (www.facebook.com/halophilippines).