Sleepy Hugs 'Cool' - Original - Cool Mint (Summer)
Choosing the correct size
Our sleep sacks will work best when you choose the right size for your baby. If too big, your baby won't get the right security to help them adjust to free arms.
Please check our SIZE GUIDE to help you choose the right size for your baby.
Those warm summer nights can make it difficult to sleep deeply and wake refreshed and relaxed in the morning - even for your baby!
The Sleepy Hugs Cool sleep sack gives you all the features you know and love from our original Sleepy Hugs sleep sack: full-body length zip with top zipper cover and a long zip along the bottom for simple middle-of-the-night diaper changes; plus its hip-friendly wide sake design that can easily accommodate a hip dysplasia brace.
To help your baby sleep more comfortably on warm nights, the Sleepy Hugs Cool features a soft, ultra light organic cotton mesh fabric to encourage air circulation around your baby, keeping their body temperature cool and constant.
💤 soft breathable organic cotton, won't cause overheating
💤 allows baby to sleep in their natural sleeping position
💤 safe for when babies start to roll and can no longer be swaddled
💤 allows access to their hands for self-soothing
💤 fully enclosed arms helps prevent scratching, great for eczema
💤 wide sack accommodates a hip dysplasia brace
💤 bottom opening zipper for easy diaper changes
💤 sized for newborns 0-3 Months, until baby shows signs of rolling
Available in gorgeous sorbet colors in three sizes from newborn up to 12 months, Sleepy Hugs Cool is your secret weapon to sleeping well all summer long.
We use only high grade premium Cotton fabrics in all our products. Cotton is a natural material and is 100% breathable so babies won't sweat or overheat and is suitable for eczema.
All Baby Loves Sleep products carry the Baby Safety Australia tick of approval. Baby Safety Australia is a privately operated organisation, and the key representative body in the Australian nursery industry. Baby Safety Australia operates in close conjunction with groups such as Red Nose Australia (formerly known as SIDS and Kids), Kidsafe and the Australian Child Restraint Resource Initiative (ACRI).