- Safety. Sleep suits keep your baby snug through the night without covering their face.
- Wake and play. Toddlers can get out of bed on their own without having to take off a sleep sack.
- Mobility. Sleep suits move with your child and ours have stretchy panels to maximize their movement.
- Consistent temperature. Unlike regular blankets that can be kicked off, sleep suits stay with your little one through active nights, keeping their temperature consistent.
How do I get the right fit for a sleep suit?
To provide ultimate comfort for your little one, the right fit is important. We have recommended sizes for each age group, but some babies are on their own growth schedule, so we’ve included height and weight limits for each size as well. Take a look at our sizing guide to make sure you order the perfect size.
Why should I use a sleep suit instead of a sleep sack?
Sleep sacks are a marvellous option for babies up to 18 months. It’s like a wearable sleeping bag similar to what campers use. As you may know from personal experience, sleeping bags are not the safest for walking around—you trip, your steps are limited, your balance is compromised, the list goes on.
Peaceful sleepers and younger babies are great candidates for sleep bags. As a baby starts to figure out jumping, standing, or climbing, a sleep sack may become a hazard for active babies.
Can my baby sleep with a loose blanket instead?
For safety’s sake, wait to transition to a loose blanket until your baby is at least 12 months, but ideally 18 months or older. Swaddle sleep bags, sleep sacks, and sleep suits ensure that your baby sleeps comfortably while avoiding the issues of soft bedding and blankets, which can be hazardous.
A sleep suit keeps a baby or toddler at the perfect temperature all night (as long as the sleep suit is the appropriate TOG) so they don’t need extra bedding. When they’re old enough to switch to soft bedding, we have a beautiful selection of baby blankets and sheets for your little one.
Can my baby use the same sleep suit all year long?
Think about your baby’s seasonal layers the way you think about your own; when it’s hot out, you want thin blankets that wick moisture away from your body and when it’s cold, you bundle up with thick PJs and extra blankets. We have winter sleep suits for cold nights that come in 2.5 TOG and summer suits that are rated 0.25 TOG. Shopping tip: get to know our TOG ratings. They’ll help you choose the seasonally appropriate sleep suit for your little bub.
Are long sleeves or short sleeves better?
A perfect night’s sleep is the result of how comfortable a baby is in their crib. Temperature is a key factor for bedtime relaxation. Choose a short sleeve sleep suit for warm summer nights and long sleeve sleep suits for cooler (or downright chilly) evenings.
Are sleep suits easy to clean?
Absolutely! Effortless cleaning is necessary with little ones; what’s easier than machine-washable items? All you need to do is wash the sleep suit in warm water with like colors, and tumble dry on low. Forget bleaching, ironing, or dry cleaning—our materials aren’t meant for it (and it’s one less thing for you to do, we know you’re busy!).