Best arm warmers on the market
I have been using these arm warmers on my 6 month old baby this winter with huge success. I tried another popular brand first and it was complete rubbish (arms too long, difficult to get baby into the arm warmers, thick sleeves etc). So when I bought this I wasn't expecting anything fantastic. It's turned out to be the best arm warmers for us.
It's very stretchy and soft which makes putting it on a sleeping baby super easy. The baby can also move their arms at the elbow joint (on some brands they can't do this!). The sleeves are a tad lon...g but to overcome this I fold the cuffs over. There are two press studs on the front of the arm warmers to do it up. I have a major night time wriggler and the arm warmers haven't moved at all. It doesn't have a high neck either so when feeding my baby in the middle of the night milk doesn't go all over the front of the arm warmers. Very soft material, claims to be organic cotton but it's not certified so who knows. We have several brands of sleeping bags and they fit over them all comfortably. Whilst I wouldn't use Ergopouch's swaddles, sleeping bags or sleep suits, I will continue to use Ergopouch's arm warmers next winter.
wonder for winter and can go with any sleeveless sleeping bag
we have always used ergopouch sleeping bags and have only just tried the armwarmer jacket this winter, is just as good as the bags, clever idea would recommend it. The sleeves are thicker than the chest part so it really is to keep the arms warm on those cold nights. By having the sleeping bag and the armwarmer jacket we don't worry about any blankets with our son.
clever concept that works
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