Bestselling Baby Wearable Blankets in 2020
HALO SleepSack Micro-Fleece Wearable Blanket, Baby Blue, Medium
- The original wearable blanket replaces loose blankets in the crib for a safer environment; the number 1 choice of hospital nurseries to promote safe sleep
- Made from a super-soft polyester micro-fleece fabric with a TOG rating of 1.0, just the right comfort for moderate seasons or climates; can be layered with warmer sleepwear for cooler temperatures; plush inside and out and wicks away moisture
- Unique, roomy sack design recognized by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute as "hip healthy" - allows room for kicking but cannot be kicked off, so Baby stays warm and safe all night
- Inverted zipper opens from the bottom for easy diaper changes; sleeveless to reduce the risk of overheating; arm and neck openings sized for a safer fit
- Available here in Medium size designed for babies weighing between 16 and 24 pounds who are generally 6-12 months old and 26-30 inches long
BON BEBE Baby Best Friends Assorted 2 Pack Wearable Blanket, Neutral, 0-6 Months
- Set of two baby gowns in allover pattern print with snap-button front closures and tagless collar
Unisex Baby Sleeping Bag - Super Soft Baby Wearable Blanket - Creamy Elephant Medium
Burt's Bees Baby Beekeeper Wearable Blanket, 100% Organic Cotton, Basic Blossom (Medium)
- Burt's Bees Baby Wearable Blanket - Beekeeper
- Carefully sized for baby to move around freely and safely
- Thoughtful design with interior zipper guard and snap tab zipper pull cover for added safety
- Zipper opens from bottom for easy late-night diaper changes
- 100% organic, GOTS certified, breathable cotton - great for sensitive skin and to prevent overheating
Jasper Baby Attachable Long Sleeves Winter Luna Wearable Blanket (Medium 6-14 Months)
- Attachable sleeves allow for all year use for nursery temperatures from 60-71F (15-22C)
- One zip up dual zipper allows no snap, open flat, and easy top / bottom access for night diaper changes or ventilation.
- Super Soft and Cozy 100% cotton shell and liners.
- Since babies / toddlers vary in size please check the measurements for proper fit.
- Zipper guard on top zipper for maximum comfort.
Baby Deedee Sleep Nest Sleeping Sack, Warm Baby Sleeping Bag fits Newborns and Infants, Slate Hot Pink, Medium 6-18 Months
Newborn Mermaid Costume Baby Photography Prop Cotton Sleepbag Infant Mermaid Tail Onesie Wearable Sleeper Blanket for 0-12 Months Baby Girls Boys Shower Gifts (Blue, S)
- This comfy little will never be kicked off your baby will enjoy the feeling of safe and warm anytime
TEALBEE DREAMSUIT: Toddler and Early Walker Baby Wearable Blanket - 1.2 TOG Sleeping Sack with Feet keeps Toddlers & Babies Warm during Sleep from Summer to Winter - Softest Sleepsuit (2t-3t, X-Large)
HALO Early Walker SleepSack Micro Fleece Wearable Blanket Pink, Large
- Foot openings for mobility when awake. Room to tuck in feet at night. Use over regular sleepwear to take the place of loose blankets.
- This product is a wearable blanket and sized to wear over pajamas, allow for kick/movement room and replace a loose blanket
- Unzips from the bottom for easy diaper changes. Generous sack design allows room for kicking, but cannot be kicked off so baby stays warm all night.
- Sleeveless to allow for ease of dressing and freedom of movement.
- HALO supports non-profit organizations like First Candle/SIDS Alliance.This product is a wearable blanket and sized to wear over pajamas, allow for kick/movement room and replace a loose blanket.
HALO SleepSack Plush Dot Velboa Wearable Blanket, Pink, Medium
- Use over regular sleepwear to take the place of loose blankets.
- 100% polyester micro-fleece. TOG: 1.0. Size preemie fits birth-5 lbs; size small fits 10-18 lbs; size medium fits 16-24 lbs; size large fits 22-28 lbs; size extra large fits 26-36 lbs.
- Unzips from the bottom for easy diaper changes. Generous sack design allows room for kicking, but cannot be kicked off so baby stays warm all night. Sleeveless design reduces the risk of overheating.
- Used by more than 1,250 hospital nurseries nationwide as their product of choice for teaching parents safe sleep practices. Recognized as "Hip Healthy" by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute.
- "Back is Best" embroidery reminds caregivers to place baby on his or her back. HALO supports non-profit organizations like First Candle/SIDS Alliance ; Replaces loose blankets for safe sleep
Disney Dumbo Wearable Blanket, Grey, Medium
- The Disney Wearable Blanket is designed to replace loose blankets during sleeptime, and is worn over regular sleepware
- 100% polyester exclusive of decoration
- Comes in two sizes -- Small and Medium. Small fits babies 0-6 months old, 7-14 pounds. Medium fits babies 6-12 months old, 14-22 pounds
luyusbaby Early Walker Removable Sleeve Baby Wearable Blanket with Feet Autumn&Winter,Grey,Large
Vaenait baby 1-7Y Cozy Warm Fleece Kids Girls Wearable Blanket Sleeper MIU Fox S
- S (1-3 Years) / M (3-5 Years) / L (5-7 Years)
- Ultra Soft and Breathable ; Light Weighted GSM 300g
- Not easy pilling fabric and with Brushed Fleece-Lined Interior.
- Extra Warmth ; TOG Rating : 2 which fits 66-70 F room temperature.
- Features a handy 2-way zipper that makes our sleep sack easy to use.
4 Things No Baby Registry Needs
Remember when you were creating your very first baby registry for your first born? Did you consult all the books, magazines, online articles and baby gurus? I did. And in the end, I was just as confused.
Remember when you were creating your very first baby registry for your first born? Did you consult all the books, magazines, online articles and baby gurus? I did. And in the end, I was just as confused. I did not know what half of the stuff on my baby registry was for, but trusted the "experts" nevertheless.
I should have asked my friends who had had children in recent years. Better yet, I should have made a list and tucked it away until after my daughter was born and played it by ear. Each child is different, and even though I have friends and family who would have sworn by their baby wipes warmer and bumbo chair, my daughter never needed or used such items.
As I sit at my computer creating my registry for my unborn son I have a much better idea of what is really needed, and as I cross off item after item, I also realize I have no idea what this child will be like, or what he will like. Back to square one.
What if he is more aggressive than my daughter on the nipple? Will I need Lansinoh cream this time? What if his skin is more sensitive? Should I tack on some sensitive wipes and diapers too?
After much deliberation and frustration, I admit my registry is not yet complete. However, I did manage to concoct a list of things I am absolutely sure are not needed on this registry, or any other for that matter.
1. Bottle Sanitizer/ Sterilizer Kit
A dishwasher is enough. The hot water used to clean your dishes works just fine on the bottles, nipples and caps. If you don't have a dishwasher, normal hot water with some soap and a regular bottle brush will also do the trick. Your kid will grab everything off the floor and stick it in their mouths. Those things are a lot dirtier than their bottle. In fact, my daughter stuck our cat's paw in her mouth the other day. We do not have disinfectants for our cats.
2. Double Strollers
Unless you are having twins or other multiples, regardless of how close in age your kids might be, these strollers are more of a headache then a help. They are very cumbersome to navigate, especially if you are trying to go grocery shopping, or run any other errands in closed spaces. Not to mention simply getting the stroller in and out of the car is a feat onto itself. I confess I coveted one such stroller for many months, until I finally made my way into a brick and mortar store to play around with it. No wonder I usually see the dads maneuvering these around.
3. Bathrobes for Newborns
Very cute. Completely impractical. A hooded towel to dry off the tot will do.
4. Lansinoh Cream
This is not a completely useless item. Some women really need it. However, you won't know until your baby is born, at which point you can get some at the hospital or nearest drug store. I have a giant unused tube of it at home. I am actually hoping to need it this time around just so I can feel as though the product and money were not wasted.