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Halo Sleep Sack Review

Hi Neighbors,

It has been great to be At the Fence so many times today! I hope all of you are enjoying yourselves today. Halo sent me their newborn SleepSack in the blue dog print. I love it. My very close friend just had a baby boy so of course we had to use him to model it on. (He is adorable!) The SleepSack is meant to be used several ways one of which is to swaddle the baby. Most babies enjoy that feeling. But not baby J. He loves to have his hands near his face. So of course you can use the SleepSack and leave his hands out. I am attaching 3-4 pictures of baby J in the SleepSack using it in the different wraps.

From Halo:

"Bill Schmid, Founder, SIDS Parent and Father of 4

HALO Innovations, Inc. is dedicated to creating a healthier and safer sleeping environment for adults and children. Founder William Schmid began researching sleeping environments after he lost a daughter to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in 1991. Since 1994, he and his company have worked to develop products that encourage healthier and safer sleeping as well as bring peace of mind to your home.

We invite you to learn more about how you can create a safer and healthier sleeping environment in your own home with the help of HALO Innovations' quality products.

A percentage of HALO Innovations' profits are donated to First Candle/SIDS Alliance and the Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths to fund ongoing SIDS research, education and family support."

"The ORIGINAL SleepSack® Wearable Blanket now with an adjustable, removable swaddle feature. The 2-in-1 SleepSack Swaddle hugs your baby to prevent the startle reflex - allowing your little one to sleep more soundly. The SleepSack Swaddle replaces loose blankets for safer sleep and allows your baby to stay safe, warm and cozy all night long.

It's the only product that carries seals from leading SIDS organizations in both the U.S. and Canada."

You can purchase the SleepSack on the Halo website. It comes in a variety of sizes and colors, including prints. The 100% Cotton SleepSack that we received runs $29.95. Halo also carries other products such as a cotton layette, infant clothing, gift sets etc. Halo is concerned about safety. They have many resources on their website to help you keep your child safe. Make sure to check out the Halo website. Perhaps you will purchase one or more of their products for your infant or as a gift for someone you know. If you have used Halo products make sure to leave a comment and let others know what you think of the Halo product line.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post. I did receive a Halo SleepSack for review purposes. All quotes are from the Halo website. All thoughts and opinions are mine.


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