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Breast Feeding

Breastfeeding is by far the best way to feed your baby. It's best for you & your body and your baby's health too. Formula milk doesn't come close to it. The NHS and The World Health Organisation recommend you breastfeed your baby exlusively for the first six months - this means you don't need to give your baby any other food or drink. It's the natural way to feed your baby and almost any woman can do it. Having said that, some women take to it like a duck to water whereas other mothers struggle somewhat. Perseverance is the key though. Like anything new, practice makes perfect! Hard work to start but it's worth it in the end though!

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Does breastfeeding help you lose weight?

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10 myths about breastfeeding

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Dr Penny Stanway, Our Breastfeeding Expert

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Thrush and Breastfeeding

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Slumbersac sleeping bag with feet

Slumbersac sleeping bag with feet

As children grow and start to take their first steps, they need all the help they can get. Slumbersac sleeping bags with feet are great for helping your child as they learn to walk and explore their world for the first time! Toddlers can enjoy the comfort and security of their sleeping bag while still being able to move about freely

Slumbersac’s sleeping bags with feet are just like their normal sleep bags but with openings for feet so children can walk around while staying in their bag! The innovative sleeping bags are designed so that your child's feet fit inside the sleeping bag when sleeping and when they wake up they can pop their feet through the openings and walk or crawl around in it!

You can also get your little one into their bag and ready for bed nice and early but they will still have the freedom to play until you’re ready to put them down! Likewise in the morning, they can run around happily in their bag until it’s time to get ready.

Made to the same high standards as all Slumbersac’s other sleeping bags, they are made from soft 100% jersey cotton, lined with 100% cotton and are padded with soft quick-dry polyester fleece. They also offer a selection of designs in muslin, which are perfect for the hot Summer months.

The sleeping bags with feet come in a variety of prints and the option of name embroidery enables you to personalize the sleeping bag with your little one’s name.

Sleeping bags with feet are available in five sizes from 12 months – 6 years.

12 – 18 months / 80cm with poppers (measured from shoulder to the feet)
18 – 24 months / 90cm (measured from shoulder to the feet)
24 – 36 months / 100cm (measured from shoulder to the feet)
3-4 years / 110 cm (measured from shoulder to the feet)
5-6 years / 120 cm (measured from shoulder to the feet)

Sleeping bags with feet are available in four weights:

• Light weight / approx. 0.5 tog. These muslin bags are completely unpadded and suitable for use in hot summer months and in room temperatures above 24 degrees. Perfect for summer holidays!
• Summer weight / approx. 1.0 tog. These bags are slightly padded and suitable for use in warmer rooms with temperatures between 19 and 24 degrees.
• Standard weight / approx. 2.5 tog.These bags are padded and suitable for general year-round use in room temperatures between 15 and 21 degrees.
• Winter weight / approx. 3.5 tog. These bags are sleeveless and have a very warm padding. They are suitable for room temperatures below 18 degrees.

Slumbersac sleeping bags are of exceptional quality and are exclusively designed by their in-house UK design team. With a winning combination of quality, value, safety and comfort, Slumbersac is your number one choice for sleeping bags for babies and children!

Slumbersac sleeping bags with feet are priced from £18.99. You can view the full range atwww.slumbersac.co.uk

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