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Babysleepbags offers new natural merino sleep sacks
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Mar '09
Babysleepbags.com announced that parents of toddlers aged two to four years old now have a choice of large-size 100% natural merino sleep sacks from Merino Kids of New Zealand. These large-size toddler sleep sacks are modeled on the award-winning stylish design of the popular Merino Kids Baby Sleep Bag and crafted from New Zealand's finest pure merino wool.

Merino Kids uses premium quality superfine merino fabric which is especially soft and insulating. It also breathes exceptionally well, absorbing and releasing moisture to cool or warm an infant's body as the temperature of their room rises and falls throughout the night.

This helps infants to sleep through the night because they don't wake up too hot or cold. The outer layer of the Merino Kids toddler sleep sack is all-natural combed long-staple cotton with the durability to withstand active toddler wear and tear.

Made entirely of natural fabric, the Merino Kids toddler sleep sack is safe to use for children with allergies, eczema and sensitive skin. Merino fiber is naturally fire resistant, unlike synthetic fabrics, and the Merino Kids toddler sleep sack has not been treated with the fire retardant chemicals commonly applied to synthetic sleep sacks that can irritate sensitive skin.

“We introduced the toddler-sized sleep sack in response to parent feedback,” said Merino Kids founder Amie Nilsson. “Toddlers who have enjoyed the cozy spacious comfort of our acclaimed Merino Kids Baby Sleep Bag for the first two years of their lives want to continue to sleep through the night in a familiar comfortable sleep sack. Now they have that ability.”

Merino Kids was awarded the Seal of Outstanding Design Quality in the prestigious International Forum Product Design Awards in 2007 and in 2008, and again this year.

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