Does anyone else find that their baby overheats when wearing a microfleece Halo sleep sack? I was disappointed to find that my baby would be sweaty, damp and that the fabric didn't absorb any of it if she got too hot at night. Interested to know if anyone else has found the same thing....Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 4:05 PM on Jun. 15, 2010 in Babies (0-12 months)
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Answer by Jademom07 at 4:12 PM on Jun. 15, 2010
My baby would overheat in the microfleece as well!!! I thought I was the only one because everyone raves about how great they are but we didn't have much success. I had the problem when my youngest son would wear his fleece Halo at night. It seemed as though the microfleece wasn't able to breathe when my son would get hot. After a couple of weeks of this, I ended up purchasing one sleepsack made of cotton and another made of merino wool and haven't had the problem since. Do some research on the benefits of dressing your little one in natural fabrics and you won't want to use polyester again! If you're still wanting to try sleep sacks, take a look at a merino one. It's the only fabric that can naturally regulate your baby's body temperature. They do tend to be more expensive than polyester but your child will sleep more comfortably at night when he/she wears one, guaranteed!
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