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  • Baby Sleeping Bag & Swaddle - ErgoCocoon TOG 1 Blush Leaf - Baby Luno
  • Baby Sleeping Bag & Swaddle - ErgoCocoon TOG 1 Blush Leaf - Baby Luno
  • Baby Sleeping Bag & Swaddle - ErgoCocoon TOG 1 Blush Leaf - Baby Luno

Baby Sleeping Bag & Swaddle - ErgoCocoon TOG 1 Blush Leaf

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The original ErgoCocoon from Ergo Pouch is made from pure organic cotton and can be used as a swaddle and as a regular sleeping bag for when your baby gets older. Keep your baby snug and securely swaddled with no origami by just closing the armhole poppers.

This sleeping bag has a TOG rating of 1, which means it is perfect for spring and autumn/fall for extra warmth on cooler days and nights! It comes in two different sizes and is unisex suitable for both girls and boys.

  • Use without blankets for room temperatures 21-24c (70-75F). For more information please see our Nursery Temperature Guide in the images.
  • Made from pure organic breathable cotton and an inner layer of super soft stretch bamboo viscose terry.
  • Super stretchy to allow for natural movement and healthy hip development.
  • Breathable natural fibres making it skin-friendly and eco-friendly.
  • Poppers in the armholes to help you transition your baby to arms free.
  • 2-way zipper for easy nappy change.

Note: Once your baby is able to roll you should discontinue swaddling and allow their arms to be free.

Size Guide:

0-3M - fits up to 7kgs - Length of swaddle 58cm
3-12M - fits 7-12kgs - Length of swaddle 79cm

(Measurements are from shoulder to feet)

Measurements are from shoulder to feet.

All Ergo Pouch's products are made from natural fibres and both your ergoCocoon and the environment will benefit from cool, gentle wash cycles. Every machine is different, so we advise avoiding tumble dryers as a hot dryer will shrink cotton and bamboo products. Cooler cycles are less likely to cause shrinkage in all natural fibres.

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