Halo Big Kids SleepSack, Need it or Leave it?

I am a big fan of the SleepSack.  I have been using them for years.  When the Honeybadger was an infant, we used the ones with the built in swaddler!   I really like them for the baby toddler transition, let me tell you why.

THEY CAN'T GET THEIR LEGS WIDE ENOUGH TO STRADDLE THE CRIB RAIL!  That's right folks, they have to figure out another Houdini way to get out of the crib, and believe me the sleep sack delays it. This is what she was wearing as seen on Amazon:

The next phase is the full on running/climbing toddler.  What the heck do you do with them?  I was worried about Belle falling on slippery surfaces if she was still in her traditional SleepSack, and so it made its use around the house limited.

When we were putting together our giveaway of baby must have's, I was chatting with the Halo representative, and she asked if I would like to try (and review) the toddler version (they call it a Halo SleepSack Big Kids).  What is THIS?  I was intrigued and of course said yes.

The long and short version is that it is the same thing but with feet.  For sleep you can safely tuck little feet inside the sack, but if they are running around the house brushing teeth (or wrecking havoc), they won't slip and fall!

Sold.  Love it.

You can get it on Amazon, in a variety of fabric and colors.  I just love shopping that I can do on my couch.

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