If you’re looking for sleepwear to keep baby safe and comfy while sleeping in their crib, Celebrity Baby Trends is pleased to introduce you to Little Fishkopp. This brand’s sleep sack is a safer alternative to loose blankets in the crib – an option recommended by The American Academy of Pediatrics and many sleep consultants, including Natalie Willes.
Sleep sacks are preferable over blankets for several reasons:
- Safer and sounder sleep: Loose blankets can cover a baby’s face and interfere with breathing. Sleep sacks can make an important contribution to reducing the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
- Warmth and comfort all night: Because a sleep sack can’t be kicked off, your little one stays warm and snug all night.
- Avoid overheating: A sleeveless and roomy design allows baby to move freely and air to circulate.
- Taming adventurous toddlers: Wearing a sleep sack helps keep a little one from climbing out of the crib or getting feet stuck between the crib bars.
Designed in a variety of cool Nordic patterns, Little Fishkopp sleep sacks are 100% certified organic cotton and eco-friendly. They’re available in two weights for differing temperature environments and three sizes. Our founder, Rachel Urso, loves Little Fishkopp’s products, having kept her own Brooke Ava cozy and secure in their sleep sack. But, we’re not the only ones – renowned Sleep Trainer Natalie Willes also endorses the use of sleep sacks.
Natalie says she recommends sleep sacks to nearly all her clients. “They are an excellent and safe alternative to blankets. Parents worry that their babies will be cold in the winter months, and year round they want to make sure their babies sleep more comfortably with the ‘feel’ of a blanket,” she explains. “Sleep sacks also help older toddlers stay safely in their crib because they often inhibit children from climbing out of their cribs and injuring themselves.”
As a sleep consultant, Natalie has worked with families all over the world, helping many babies get the sleep they need. Her unique approach combines techniques from popular sleep training methods and her own experience. She tackles issues like reflux, short-napping, early-waking, trouble through sleep transitions, and not sleeping through the night.
Natalie likes Little Fishkopp’s sleep sack in particular. She says: “Little Fishkopp sleep sacks are the best sleep sacks I have ever encountered. The quality and design of the fabrics are incredible. Most importantly, I love their length. Having that much space at the bottom of the sleep sacks helps children sleep comfortably and move around as needed, and helps keep toddlers in their cribs.”
If you have a little one, you know the importance of a good night’s sleep. We think Little Fishkopp’s products are a great way to get baby to sleep safely and happily.