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  • Gro-bag

    Hi,

    Did any mum try out on Gro-bag before? Me thinking of buying one for my baby....
    Any feedback on that?

  • #2
    I bought some but not gro-bag which I find is too thick. I know that there is a online website with handmade ones just suitable for Singapore that are not too thick.

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    • #3
      sorry.. what is a gro-bag??

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      • #4
        Gro-bag

        Originally posted by ashlee
        I bought some but not gro-bag which I find is too thick. I know that there is a online website with handmade ones just suitable for Singapore that are not too thick.
        Do you have that website?
        skunkykatz: A gro-bag is a baby sleeping bag.Recognised as the safe alternative to top sheets or blankets.
        If you are interested, you can visit this website for further information:
        www.grobagasia.com

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        • #5
          i bought a thinner alternative from mothers work before. It's like waffle blanket material. however, i find that it restricts baby's movement (if baby is able to roll over already, or even get up in bed). for babies that are younger than that, wearing a onesie is better to keep them warm.

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          • #6
            But they are suppose to act as blanket right? It will be taken out when the child is awake? So they are only wearing it when they are sleeping.

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            • #7
              yup, but my girl likes to get up and stand in bed, so it prevents her from getting up properly, especially in groggy state, may bump head against side of crib... I think it's better for small babies who are unable to roll over yet but too young to use blankets.

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