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What should your baby wear to bed?

What should your baby wear to bed?

Babies and toddlers wear a swaddle or sleeping bag for sleep, usually with layers underneath for warmth. Parents are encouraged not to use blankets for sleep, due to their potential safety risks, but instead opt for a TOG-rated swaddle or sleeping bag. We aim to take the guesswork out of choosing the right sleeping garment for your baby through our TOG-rated, organic breathable products. Use the Dressing Guide below as a starting point for choosing the right products for your baby or toddler.

How to use the TOG Guide for Pouches Determine the temperature of the room your baby sleeps in using the thermometer strip (this can change over the course of the day and night).
Use the table to match your room temperature with the appropriate TOG in the left column. Choose the right corresponding TOG-rated product in a Swaddle, Jersey Sleeping Bag, Sheeting Sleeping Bag, Sleep Suit Bag or Sleep Onesie, depending on your child's age, size and developmental milestone stage.

Follow the guide to layer the right undergarments (Layers/Bodywear) underneath. *Note: Designed for use with ergoPouch products only. Keep a dressing guide wherever your baby sleeps. The dressing guide is intended as a guide only - please consider other factors such as illness, air-conditioning/heating and whether your baby tends to run hot or cold in general.

What is a TOG?

ergoPouch's range of pouches and pyjamas are TOG-rated for warmth. TOG stands for 'Thermal Overall Grade' and is a unit of measurement for insulation and warmth of sleepwear and bedding. Put simply, the lower the TOG rating, the lighter the fabric; the higher the rating, the more padded and insulated it is. You would choose a TOG suitable for the room temperature of your child's sleep environment. Which TOG should I use?

All ergoPouch sleepwear is TOG-rated and made with organic, breathable natural fibres to ensure your baby can maintain an even body temperature, resulting in a safe and comfortable sleep for your mini — perfect for hot summer nights and cold winter nights! Put simply, the lower the TOG rating the lighter the fabric. The higher the rating, the more padded and insulated it is for warmth. Every ergoPouch Cocoon Swaddle Bag, Jersey Sleeping Bag, Sheeting Sleeping Bag, Sleep Suit Bag, and Sleep Onesie comes with a FREE Room Thermometer and TOG Dressing Guide to keep in your little one’s room. Room Temperature: 14ºC-16ºC Use our TOG guide to dress your baby based on room temperature -

mix our 3.5/2.5 TOG pouches with our 1.0 TOG layers and bodywear. Room Temperature: 18ºC-20ºC Use our TOG guide to dress your baby based on room temperature -
mix our 1.0, 2.5 and 3.5 TOG pouches with our 0.2, 0.3 and 1.0 TOG layers and bodywear.
What’s the difference between TOG and GSM ratings in bedding?
TOG stands for Thermal Overall Grade and it is a unit of measurement for insulation and warmth of sleepwear and bedding.
GSM stands for Grams per Square Metre and is a unit of measurement of the weight and density of a fabric. Remember to always purchase the right size for your child. Don’t be tempted to go for a bigger size that your child can ‘grow into’. Swaddles, sleeping bags and sleep suits should be fitted closely (but not tightly) around the neck and arms for safety.
Loose fitting sleepwear can pose a suffocation safety risk.
ergoPouch TOGs are suitable for the below room temperatures: 0.2 & 0.3 TOG = 24 degrees Cº+ 1.0 TOG = 21 degrees Cº – 24 degrees Cº 0.2 & 0.3 TOG = 24 degrees Cº+ 3.5 TOG = 14 degrees Cº – 21 degrees Cº

It is recommended by safe sleep guidelines to sleep your baby with their face and head uncovered, and their bassinet or cot free from bedding, pillows and toys. It is for this reason our swaddles, sleeping bags and sleep suits bags are designed to replace bedding altogether. To ensure the face is always clear, ergoPouch bags are designed to avoid unravelling, have suitable armholes and a fitted neck. It’s for the same reason there are no hoods on our bags. ergoPouch products have been reviewed as safe for little ones who suffer from irritation associated with eczema by the Eczema Association of Australasia Inc (EAA).

Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is a recurring, non-infectious, inflammatory skin condition affecting one in three Australasians at some stage throughout their lives.
Eczema is linked to a number of triggers which includes; weather, clothing, chemicals and air conditioning or overheating.
(Eczema Association of Australasia). To help prevent eczema flare-ups overnight during sleep, eczema sufferers will benefit from sleeping in natural, chemical-free fibres that allow breathability, and won’t irritate their skin overnight.
All ergoPouch sleepwear is made from breathable, natural fibres including certified organic cotton which is dyed with water-based dyes.
They are certified non-toxic and contain no chemicals.

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