Becoming a parent for the first time, or the fifth time, also comes with many worries and at Little Gummi we don’t think sleep time should be one of them! When ever our newest addition would draw closer to arrival, we always researched and over-thought the bassinets that our Little would go in. This can be cumbersome especially when you live in a studio (that’s us!) so we are really excited to talk about Dad invented Crescent Womb.
We have all heard about the proper baby bedding atttire, only using certain sheets, no bumpers and definitely no additional toys, blankets or pillows in a crib but what we haven’t been told much about is ergoPouch; the clever little solution to a blanket that provides that additional safety to your little without compromising warmth or comfort.
We had the pleasure of testing out an ergoPouch to see what the rave was with our own eyes and I can’t imagine how I ever parented without one! The way ergoPouch works is through a sleep bag (they make other products as well) that is insulated using natural fibers compiled of bamboo, organic cotton and merino. You choose either a summer or winter bag and it can be used in two ways: arms tucked inside with snaps for the arm holes closed to create a swaddle or arms out.
The design of the ergoPouch was intended to make sleep easier and nights better because, who doesn’t want a nights rest?
Co-sleeping. One of the most debated words surrounding the logics of doctoring conflicted with the Granolas and the unbelievers. You know, the ones who believe that co-sleeping is better because of late night feeding and essentially no waking up during the night. Uh, guilty. Or the ones who realize the worst but don’t ever become educated on the best. So we know that co-sleeping is a big no-no from anyone in any medical profession, i.e. Pediatricians.
I wrote this because I want information out there about the co-sleeping world and why we choose this.