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  • Our lightweight 0.2 TOG Cocoon Swaddle Bag is designed to contain startle reflex while keeping your baby snug and securely swaddled during summer without the need for complicated wrapping. There are press stud poppers in the armholes that convert this swaddle into your baby’s first sleeping bag. How good is that!

    We recommend the Cocoon Swaddle Bag for swaddled newborns and arms out (rollers) to age 12 months.
     
    2 IN 1 – converts from a swaddle to a sleeping bag by opening the poppers in the armholes once your baby is able to roll onto their tummy.

    TOG rated – 0.2 TOG is designed for summer when temperatures in your child’s room can reach 24C° (75F) and above. With a TOG rated swaddle, you don’t need any additional blankets.

    2 way zipper – getting your baby in and out of this swaddle is so easy and nappy changes are a breeze. It is also difficult to wriggle out from, creating longer sleeps (hooray!).

    Friendly for Hips – the Cocoon Swaddle Bag has a bell-shaped bottom so that the hips + legs can flop outwards during sleep making it officially hip friendly.  

    Super Stretchy – there is stretch in all directions which allows for growth spurts, full chest expansion and a very comfortable swaddle for your baby to sleep in.

    From Bamboo – this fabric is incredibly soft, light and skin friendly. It promotes breathability and prevents those sweaty feels.

     

    As this product is made from bamboo material, it is very stretchy.  For newborns, we recommend our newborn size. For babies under and over 3 months who are still being swaddled with their arms in, we recommend the 0-3 months size.  As soon as your baby shows signs of rolling, they should be transitioned to arms-out.

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