Badaboum’s cozy sleep sack is a great alternative to traditional loose and bulky baby blankets. It keeps baby comfy and securely covered, which may lead to longer sleep periods. The Badaboum sleep sack is shaped to ensure your baby feels snug and secure while allowing plenty of wiggle room.
I also like this sleep sack because it has snaps at the top and a zipper around the bottom, making it easy to put on and take off, and to change baby’s diaper in the middle of the night. It is lined with 100% cotton for natural comfort, and the filling is made from soft, breathable polyester padding, helping baby maintain a constant body temperature while sleeping.
Dulcet, Badaboum’s introductory sleep sack, is intended to be worn over regular sleepwear and is a unisex design. It is available in two sizes: one for infants 0 to 6 months of age and another for babies 6 to 24 months old.
Importantly, Badaboum sleep sacks are rigorously tested to meet high quality and safety standards. They are mechanically safe, not flammable and formaldehyde-free. Sleep sacks have been used safely in Europe for decades and are recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics. They are super soothing for nighttime and naptime, and they are a great transition from the swaddle. Both of my boys used sleep sacks after they learned to roll over and they loved them! The ones they used were from Europe, and the quality of this one is very similar to the ones we have. If you’d like more information, please visit Bada-Boum.com.
Have you used sleep sacks with your baby and did your baby love them?