Any time a blanket was within reach of my children, they pulled it right over their faces and gave me a tiny heart attack. You want to keep your kids swaddled and warm but safety tips advise you not to let your baby sleep with a blanket. HALO SleepSack sent us a wearable blanket to review and my baby boy was right at home!
HALO SleepSack has a new muslin line to their wearable blankets so it’s soft, light, 100% cotton, and breathable. We’ve actually been using HALO SleepSack wearable and Swaddle blankets for years so we’re big fans here. Obviously, I prefer HALO’s wearable blankies most because they are the safer option rather than blankets which can cover the baby’s face and stifle breathing. Even hospitals use HALO SleepSack because of the safety factor and they are highly recommended to help reduce the risk of SIDS.
I also love them because they are cute, cozy, and convenient. I chose a cute blue one for my little man and they’re really easy to put on and take off. I’ll be honest, I also put HALO SleepSack products on my babies when I don’t feel like looking for pants!
When the weather is warming, a light option like the HALO SleepSack muslin collection is perfect. The baby still gets the comfortable swaddle but the fabric is so light and breathable that it doesn’t get too hot. I highly recommend the muslin collection and will continue to recommend HALO SleepSack to any parents!
You can purchase HALO SleepSack wearable blankets and Swaddle, including the new muslin collection, at the HALO Sleep website and at Amazon. The cost for the new small and medium wearable blankets is around $28 and around $30 for the newborn and small Swaddle.
*Tiffany received the above product(s), free of charge, to facilitate this review. All opinions are those of reviewer only.