Thursday, 12 September 2013

Sleep Like a Baby: Zizzz Sleeping Bag

In this family, sleep is a serious business. 
Mr K and I love our sleep
luckily, our son inherited those 'sleepy genes' 
and has been sleeping 11 hours non stop every night 
since he was three months old.

I love soft bedding and comfy pillows
and believe that premium quality natural products
are very important when it comes to sleeping.

Zizzz sleeping bag, A Mum in London

So, when the lovely people at Zizzz asked
if I would like to try their Swiss-made sleeping bag,
I grabbed the opportunity and snuggled
my precious baby boy in their comfy bag.

What I love about it is the Swisswool filling:
a natural, lightweight material from virgin Swiss wool,
(imagine happy sheep grazing in the green alpine pastures)
that kept the Toddler warm and dry
and that washed greatly in the washing machine
(I love wool, but hate it when I have to wash it by hand).

A Mum in London

I also liked the soft and comfy organic cotton lining
and, in the morning, I was delighted to see
that the Toddler was still inside the sleeping bag
thanks to the practical zipper and stud opening,
that makes it more difficult for adventurous toddlers
to crack their way out of the sleeping bag!

A Mum in London

Zizzz sleeping bags come in different sizes:
0-6 months, 6-24 months and 2 to 4 years,
which is great as there are not a lot
of sleeping bags for children over two
that will last you for two whole years!

Zizzz Sleeping Bag, from £65.00 (free delivery all over Europe)  www.zizzz.co.uk


Disclosure: I was given the sleeping bag for the purposes of this review
Views & wording my own.

5 comments:

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  3. Thanks for posting this review. I didn't know this brand of baby sleeping bags but I have to say that I use similar sleeping bags. I live in Argentina and they don't have them here, so my sister, who lives in London, brought a couple of them before visiting us after the birth of my daughter.


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    1. Thank you for your comment, Sabine. It is a nice sleeping bag, isnt'it? Cosy and warm. Congratulations on your new arrival. All the best from London :)

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  4. Wow, 11 hours that is fantastic. The sleeping bags must be working a treat. Thank you for sharing.

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