Disney x ergoPouch SS21 Collection

Little Sleepers, Big Dreamers.

Every adventure begins with a dream. And every dream is powered by a dose of imagination and a dollop of sleep.
Sleep, Dream, Empower and Grow with Disney x ergoPouch.

  
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The inaugural Disney x ergoPouch SS21 Collection for Toddlers and Preschoolers has landed! Our organic, TOG rated sleepwear now features your mini’s favourite Disney character, to bring imagination and fun to bedtime for your child (and make the bedtime routine easier for you!).

We've woven our signature tonal, minimalist style with Disney's magic to give your little dreamer three fun prints to choose from, across our three most popular pouches in the Toddler and Preschooler age group; the Sheeting Sleeping Bag, Sleep Suit Bag and Sleep Onesie.

Keep them cool and comfortable for sleep this season with the Spring/Summer Disney x ergoPouch Collection.

© Disney / Pixar

Toy Story Sleep Onesies & Sleeping Bags

Woody and Jessie are here to help your mini navigate big changes, big feelings and discovering independence, just like they did in the Toy Story movies.

Throw in a side order of fun, adventure and friendship, and your little one will be inspired to give each day their best after waking from a restful nights sleep.

 

Available in:
0.3 TOG Sheeting Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)
1.0 TOG Sheeting Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)

0.2 Jersey Sleep Suit Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)
1.0 Jersey Sleep Suit Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)

0.2 Sleep Onesie (12–24M, 2–3Y, 4–5Y)
1.0 Sleep Onesie (12–24M, 2–3Y, 4–5Y)

The Lion King Sleep Onesies & Sleeping Bags

From your childhood to theirs, everyone’s favourite lion is here to show us the meaning of bravery and growing up. With an earthy colour palette and hand-drawn tribal patterns, our golden ochre Lion King print featuring the brave Simba and Nala will help ’protect’ your dreamer from any night terrors or monsters hiding in the closet!

 

Available in:

0.2 Jersey Sleep Suit Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)

1.0 Jersey Sleep Suit Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)

Disney Princess Sleep Onesies & Sleeping Bags

Courageous, determined, independent, kind, and compassionate. The Disney Princesses inspire our kids to explore their feelings, their importance, and their place in the world. With a sprinkle of princess magic, your little one will love getting dressed for bed with their best princess pals on their sleep pouch.

 

Available in:

0.3 TOG Sheeting Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)

1.0 TOG Sheeting Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)

0.2 Jersey Sleep Suit Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)

1.0 Jersey Sleep Suit Bag (8–24M, 2–4Y)

0.2 Sleep Onesie (12–24M, 2–3Y, 4–5Y)

1.0 Sleep Onesie (12–24M, 2–3Y, 4–5Y)

Where to shop Disney x ergoPouch

You can shop the Disney x ergoPouch collection direct from the ergoPouch website.

You can also shop the collection at a small number of select retailers listed to the right. Please contact your local stockist to find out product and size availability. Retailers will be receiving stock from early November.

Toy Story and Disney Princess Available from mid November at:

ergoPouch.com.au

Target Australia

The Iconic

The Sleep Store

David Jones

 

The Lion King available from mid November at:

ergoPouch.com.au

Target Australia

Come behind the scenes with us

Shop the Disney x ergoPouch SS21 Collection

With ergoPouch, Disney and paediatric pscyhologist, Amanda Abel


We know sleep is pretty important for kids, to put it mildly. From promoting growth, learning and concentration, to helping parents maintain sanity, sleep is something we can’t get enough of in the early years of a child’s life (literally guys, we can’t get enough. Send coffee.)



Toddlers need approximately 11–14 hours of sleep every 24 hours. However, that tumultuous, glorious, adventurous, delightful, hilarious, stressful, tantrum-throwing period that is the toddler years means that sleep is often elusive. Big feelings lead to new skills and big changes for your little one. This can mean refusal to settle, getting out of bed, overnight waking, and early rising. So, how do we get our toddlers to sleep?!

The good news is most of these sleep disruptions are normal, developmental changes that a child experiences between 2–5 years old. And like all good problems, good solutions exist. We are here, with a little help from our friends at Disney and paediatric psychologist Amanda Abel, to solve your toddler and preschooler sleep challenges.

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Top 5 ways to help your toddler get more sleep

You’ve probably heard the term ‘sleep hygiene’ – and wondered what it means and how it applies to toddler and preschool sleep habits. Sleep hygiene is all about the practices that are necessary to have healthy and quality night-time sleep. If you’ve got a littlie who is struggling with getting to sleep at night, try these tried and tested sleep hygiene tips for children.

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Top 5 ways to help your toddler get more sleep
Simple ways to encourage independence in toddlers and preschoolers

The toddler and preschool developmental periods are a time of huge change for children. The brain undergoes significant growth, and these little people are continuously learning about the world and their place in it. Children of this age group will naturally start gaining independence, which is important to encourage as it allows them to develop a sense of security and confidence. If you’re searching for ways to have your littlie feeling a bit more independent, try some of these tips…

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Simple ways to encourage independence in toddlers and preschoolers

Meet Amanda Abel, Paediatric Psychologist BSocSc, BAppSc(Psych)(Hons), MAPS

Amanda Abel is a paediatric psychologist, mum, and founder of two multidisciplinary paediatric practices in Melbourne where she leads a team of psychologists in providing high-calibre treatment and assessment to children and families in Victoria. As well as seeing paediatric clients in her practice, Amanda provides consultancy to companies and brands seeking paediatric psychological recommendations or input to improve their product or service.

Amanda has worked with families for two decades and as a psychologist since 2008. Amanda's lived and professional experience motivates her to make the world a better place for children and families and it excites her to be working with companies who authentically share her vision.

Meet Amanda Abel, Paediatric Psychologist BSocSc, BAppSc(Psych)(Hons), MAPS

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Let’s get dressed

TOG stands for Thermal Overall Grade and is a unit of measurement for insulation and warmth of sleepwear and bedding. Put simply, the lower the TOG rating, the lighter the fabric; the higher the rating, the more padded and insulated it is.

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