An essential in your child's nighttime wardrobe, the Imperial Room sleeping bag is also one of our star products.
Anxious to delight the little bits of the extra softness that is our raison d'être, we have taken particular care with these cuddly little envelopes that accompany infants on their first journeys to the land of dreams.
But how do you choose the perfect baby sleeping bag? Let's see it together!
WHAT IS A SLEEPING BAG?
A small baby sleeping bag (or sleeping bag) traditionally replaces the eiderdown or baby duvet tog, which are unsuitable for children aged 0 to 3 years. Its specific design keeps the baby in place during sleep, preventing the fabric from covering his face and making him prone to suffocation. An essential secure sleep asset, the sleeping bag comes in different sizes to keep the baby warm in winter and provide him with a comfortable body temperature during summer nights.
WHAT SIZE SLEEPING BAG FOR BIRTH?
3-month sleeping bag, six-month sleeping bag or 36-month sleeping bag, these three sizes follow baby's development, making sure to offer a cosy little sleeping nest to your child from birth until the age of 3 years. The sleeping bag for 0 to 3 months (50 cm) is the recommended format for newborns; the sleeping bag for 1 to 6 months succeeds it (70 cm), and finally, the evolutionary sleeping bag (90 – 110 cm) or sleeping bag 110 cm takes over between 6 and 36 months. Make sure the baby feels comfortable in it; a sleeping bag that is too loose or tight would quickly put the baby in discomfort.
WHAT SLEEPING BAG IN WINTER FOR COZY AND WARM NIGHTS?
In terms of sleep, it is through its long-sleeved winter sleeping bag that Imperial Rooms' eternal quest for softness is intended for the baby's happiness. If you are wondering which sleeping bag in winter is most likely to swaddle wrap your little one in the most extraordinary softness, discover our sleeping bags with removable sleeves in cotton ultra soft materials exclusive to Imperial Room's pledges of unconditional tenderness. For mid-season, opt for this same long-sleeved sleeping bag that can be unzipped with a single gesture and rezipped at any time if the baby shows signs of cooling down.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SLEEPING BAG
How can you tell you about the Imperial Rooms sleeping bag without discussing the difference between the sleeping bag, two terms that are often found side by side in the baby essentials department? A "light" version of the sleeping bag, the sleeping bag is commonly represented in the form of a sleeveless summer baby sleeping bag, with an upper part characterized by straps or press studs. Note that at Imperial Rooms, sleeping bags are grouped under the name and the sleeping bag tab, via which you will find all of our brand's sleeping bags and sleeping bags.
WHICH SLEEPING BAG TO CHOOSE? THE GUIDE TO THE PERFECT SUMMER SLEEPING BAG.
Sleeveless, the Imperial Rooms sleeping bag is suitable for accompanying babies throughout summer nights. Lovely, especially in organic cotton. This silky-to-the-touch material also allows air to pass through and guarantees the baby maintains a comfortable body temperature when the heat takes over on summer nights. In terms of practical aspects, we note the usefulness of its closure from the bottom to the top, which allows easy changing of the child. Listening to the latest trends, we also make sure to offer you a range of sleeping bags and light sleeping bags with patterns as soft as they are crunchy.
WHAT IS A BABY SLEEPING BAG?
Unlike sleeping bags, the comfort baby sleeping bag is not intended for use at night. As practical as it is cosy, this little cocoon is an essential ally for transporting and moving the baby outside. The baby nest also functions as a blanket and is suitable for group zero car seat and strollers. Easy to use, it envelops babies and offers additional protection for their little heads with its hood and little protruding ears. The Imperial Rooms sleeping bag all standards of softness.
THE BEST MATERIAL FOLLOW OUR ADVICE GUIDE.
Sensitive to temperature differences, babies do not yet have a mature system that allows them to regulate their temperature to maintain their temperature. In order to respond to this as appropriately as possible, the Baby sleeping bag is available in a wide variety of materials specifically designed and developed to guarantee its precious well-being. Ideally, the indoor ambient temperature is between 18 and 21°C. However, certain external elements can influence and vary these degrees: in winter, it is not the same temperature in an old house as in an apartment. It is, therefore, essential to know and choose the best suitable material for your ambient temperature.
To choose the correct TOG, follow our Advice.
What is Tog?
The TOG (Thermal Overall Grade) is a measure of the thermal resistance of the material. The higher the Tog value, the warmer and more insulating the Baby sleeping bag is.
Imperial Rooms offers a wide range of specifically developed and manufactured materials to ensure a scale of Tog values adapted to your needs.
TOG 0.5, ideal between 22°C and 27°C.
TOG 1, is suitable for a temperature between 19° and 22°C.
TOG 1.5, ideal between 18° and 21°C,
TOG 2, is suitable for a temperature between 17° and 20°C.
2.5 tog baby sleeping bag, ideal between 16° and 19°C
TOG 3, is suitable for a temperature between 15 and 18°C.
Consider that the initial thermal resistance is slightly modified when the sleeves are detached.
How to dress baby under the 0.5 tog Bag Imperial Room?
The 0.5 tog baby sleeping bag is a good indicator, but how you dress the baby underneath will influence his thermal comfort. Follow our recommendations in the table above. Feel her small neck from time to time to get the best idea.
Hot and dry, all is well!
If the back of the neck is rather damp and clammy, your child is too hot. A chilly baby will have different needs than a baby who sweats quickly.
Our little Advice:
Dear Parents, don't forget that you have a superpower! Your common sense. The multitude of information and recommendations as benevolent as possible should not fail your good instincts and feelings as parents. Get to know your baby and trust yourself.