I'm finding the fabric doesn't remove moisture from his body and causes him to get super sweaty and hot. Is anyone else finding the same thing?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:14 PM on Jul. 28, 2010 in Babies (0-12 months)
Ditch it! Microfleece isn't a breathable fabric because it's synthetic, so you'll never get the breathability from it that a natural fabric like cotton or merino can provide. I have one made of merino and DS has been sleeping in it for over a year now. It's awesome because it can cool him down or heat him up depending on the room temperature. The Halo just can't do that.... I got mine on www.babysleepbags.com if you want to take a look.
The upfront cost is more but you'll spend the same after you buy a year's worth of microfleece ones. Not to mention, natural fabrics are better for baby because they're hypoallergenic and won't cause rashing, unlike the Halo and other synthetic sleep sacks.
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