By peoplestaff225
Updated March 11, 2009 11:45 AM
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I stocked up on HALO SleepSack Wearable Blankets 3 ½ years ago when I had my son Finn, so I thought I wouldn’t need any new ones for baby Egan. But when I got my hands on one in the Deluxe Velboa fabric ($30) I knew I’d be adding to my collection.

HALO SleepSacks are designed to keep babies cozy without bulky blankets that can be a risk factor for SIDS. They have a zipper that pulls down toward baby’s feet to zip it so the tab doesn’t rub cute little chins, and Finn never did figure out how to unzip them himself. The arm openings are specifically designed so little ones can’t pull their elbows in. Even after Finn was able to stand in the crib, he never got tangled in his SleepSacks.

The Velboa fabric is really special and the Deluxe SleepSack Wearable Blankets are lined in a soft, jersey knit. They’re so soft and cuddly that when Egan wears the mocha sack he looks like a soft little teddy bear. Velboa is one of those new, fleecy fabrics that is just indescribably soft and warm without being stifling. It’s just perfect for cold nights and I never worry about him catching a chill in his crib at night. Halo SleepSack Wearable Blankets carry the First Candle/SIDS Alliance “#1 Safe Sleep Product Seal,” which means we have one less reason to be up all night worrying.

–Kristen