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    Posted: 30 Jul 2012 at 4:18pm
Hi
I've noticed that Bubbaroo have got a 3.5tog sleeping bag and was wondering if anyone has tried it.
Claire
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Hi Claire,

I don't think you will get many answers on this as Tizzie's bedding guide only covers up to 2.5 tog and that guide is fantastic for bubs sleeping once you get the layers just right for your baby.

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Was wondering the same thing myself Claire
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Hi Ladies :
 
Tizzie does not recommend using a safe sleeping bag that is higher than 2.5 tog. She advises that it is a safer option to use cotton or bamboo blanket layers over the 2.5 tog sleeping bag as these are much easier to remove if you find your little one is too hot. Also she has found that babies like the weight of blankets not just the warmth.
 
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My DD is due to start childcare for one day a week soon and the centre does not use blankets on the babies when they are sleeping. I currently use 2.5tog bubbaroos as we use layers of Save Our Sleep® ® bamboo blankets.

Would it be to ok use a 3.5tog bubbaroo at childcare only as they won't use blankets? The room itself is quite cold too so I'm a little worried about my good little sleeper!
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Hi Kylie:

 

No I would not use a 3.5 tog sleeping bag on your baby, if the centre refuse to use blankets he will most likely roll to the unsafe sleeping position of his tummy and he might get too hot on his tummy in a 3.5 tog sleep bag.

 

If it helps you are welcome to print off a bedding guide and give it to them to try and help them understand the danger of not using blankets.

Le gach dea-ghui, Tizzie

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