A good baby sack has the function of keeping your child comfortably warm while they sleep. Designed like a wearable bla . . . Show More >
A good baby sack has the function of keeping your child comfortably warm while they sleep. Designed like a wearable blanket, the torso, legs, feet and tiny toes we love are all safely housed in the sack. The garment should be sleeveless to allow the little arms and hands to move freely. This gives your baby that familiar feeling of closeness and protection that is so important for healthy development and comfort. It can also feel its own skin and feet, like in the baby seat. The romper bag is available in 3 convenient sizes in our shop . Which size is best for your child depends on the individual development of the baby. There are children who no longer need them after 6 months. However, many children love to sleep in a sleeping bag and would not want to be without it even after several months.
How your baby regulates temperature
Your baby sleeps well and safely when it is neither too warm nor too cold. A baby cools itself by dissipating heat through its head and face. That's why it's important to keep your baby's head uncovered while they sleep. Sleeping in a baby sack, the child stays warm overnight and can easily dissipate the heat through its head.
What kind of rompers are there?
There are basically two types of rompers. There are romper bags for winter and summer. At Kraftkids you will find both variants. What's the difference? A romper bag for spring and summer is made of muslin/cotton both on the outside and on the inside . In the winter variant, the inner layer is made of cuddly polyester fleece so that the baby does not freeze in winter/autumn.
Why are the baby sacks so popular with children and parents?
The greatest thing about a romper bag is that it offers enough freedom of movement for your little feet to kick . In the sleeping bag, the little ones can pedal to their heart's content and at the same time strengthen their muscles without getting cold.
The shoulders, ears, chin and neck remain free and thus prevent overheating and sweating.
Cuff fabric ensures that the baby sack stays in place. This elastic fabric lies against the child's body and thus prevents it from slipping. It is important that the cuff is not too tight and does not pinch. For optimal comfort, the cuff can be folded over once.