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Best Sleep Sack For your Baby? One Answer - Woolino Sleep Sack for the Win!

Updated: Aug 18, 2021

Blue eyed baby that is happy after using a Woolino sleep sack
Bright eyed and bushy tailed after a good night's rest

So when I was pregnant with my first child, I did all kinds of research and asked my friends who had kids about sleep sacks, and they all vehemently told me to use them. Okay, great! I’ll buy some! (which I did).

Fast forward to my son being born and trying the sleep sack, and my husband and I gave up after 3 nights. My son absolutely hated it! Screamed. Cried. Wiggled out of it. We said forget it and went back to swaddling.

The second time around with my daughter, I didn’t even think of trying a sleep sack. I was like nope, not going down that road again to failure. However, when she was about 6 months old, I thought I’d give it another try when she started reverting back to waking up throughout the night.

Again I sat down and did some research. However, this time I elected for a higher-end sleep sack with open feet. My daughter was able to roll over and loved having her feet free, so I found one that wasn’t necessarily a sack, but rather almost a sleeper with open footholes.

The sleep sack I landed on was a Woolino Sleep Sack. After one night, we were in love. My daughter slept through the night, was able to move around just fine without getting tangled, and therefore I was one happy, rested mama.

The great thing about Woolino is that their sleep sacks are made out of Merino Wool. When I first read that, I was like no way am I buying a wool sleep sack for my daughter when I live in Southwest Florida. But, hold up. Merino Wool naturally regulates the body temperature, keeping baby warm when it’s cool and cool when it’s hot.

Now, these sleep sacks are pricey compared to ones you can pick up at one of the big box stores. But I promise it’s worth it! Especially if your little one isn’t sleeping through the night.

Now my daughter knows when her sleep sack is coming out at night that it means it’s time for best, and she willingly slips her little arms through the armholes. I know that she’s getting a good night’s rest, and therefore I am too!

So if the cheaper sacks just aren’t cutting it for you, don’t give up. Give the Woolino Sleep Sack a try. And if that still doesn’t work, there is always some wine for you!

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