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aden + anais Review

aden + anais was established in 2004 by two Aussie mothers. After a failed search for the perfect wraps to swaddle their babies, they decided to make their own. aden + anais products are made with a soft, breathable muslin cotton. When I say soft, I mean suuuhh-oft. I wouldn’t mind having an adult size aden + anais blanket to cuddle up with.

We were sent the aden + anais Fish Muslin Sleeping Bag to review. Bryson is very hot-natured and for that reason, he usually sleeps only in his diaper. At first, I was a bit worried that he would get too hot, but after receiving the sleeping bag, I knew that would not be the case. The fabric is very soft, almost see through, but cozy enough to keep your baby warm. Bryson has slept in it with no problems and has not overheated. He also likes to kick around in his sleep and I was afraid he would feel confined and wake up, but he has been a champ and the sleeping bag doesn’t seem to bother him at all. I only wish I had tried one of these sooner! I will definitely invest in the aden + anais wraps for Baby #2. (No, I’m not pregnant!)

About the sleeping bags:

aden + anais extra warm and cozy sleeping bags are made from the same 100% cotton muslin used for swaddling newborn babies. With a single layer of waffled cotton, these quilted sleeping bags provide a layer of cushiony warmth produced from only the most natural of fibers allowing babies and toddlers to feel warm and toasty without overheating.

Be sure to check out their selection of blankets and towel & washcloth sets. You can even get them to coordinate with your baby’s new sleeping bag.

I received a product to assist with this post, but no other compensation was provided.  All opinions remain my own, as always.


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