Why Choose the Dream Weighted Sleep Sack?
Safety testing and a clinical trial demonstrating safety were completed by Dreamland Baby.
Lightweight and breathable for year-round use. The 0.6 TOG is perfect for both warm and cool climates.
Weighted sleep sacks are proven to calm your baby with Deep Pressure Stimulation so they can relax and sleep soundly.
Benefits of The Weighted Sack
Relaxes and induces sleep
Increases serotonin & melatonin
Naturally reduces stress and anxiety
100% soft, natural cotton for comfort
Bottom zipper for easy diaper change
Perfect for learning to sleep in longer stretches
100% safe for babies
Natural and toxic-free materials
Exceeded all United States Consumer Product Safety Commission standards
Acknowledged by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute as a “hip-healthy” product
Designed in partnership with Pediatricians, Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) nurses and Certified Sleep Consultants
Backed by science according to this clinical study
- MLMichael L.Verified Buyer10 hours agoRated 5 out of 5 starsBest thing ever !
My daughter has always struggled with calming down to go to bed. It took her about two weeks to accept the sleep sac as a good thing & not a bad thing. Now she can not sleep without it. Those jumpy legs of hers can now calm down for bed.Dreamland Baby Canada9 hours ago
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Are sleep sacks safe for 6 month olds?
Yes, sleep sacks are safe for 6-month-old babies and into the toddler years. The benefit of a sleep sack is that they are a comfortable and safe alternative to blankets, which should never be used in a crib. When used properly and sized correctly, wearable blankets keep your little one warm without overheating, which can be a risk factor for SIDS.
Can a 1 year old use a weighted sleep sack?
A one-year-old can absolutely use a 12-month sleep sack as long as you follow the weight-determined sizing instructions . Many parents find when they use a sleep sack for a one-year-old, it signals naptime/bedtime and gives baby cues that it's time to sleep.
Can my 2 year old use the sleep sack?
While most 2-year-olds are past the point where blankets are a suffocation risk, sleep sacks are still considered a safe and comfortable alternative. Many toddlers kick off their blankets at night or during naptime, making a sleep sack the perfect option to keep them covered and cozy.
Are baby sleep sacks necessary?
Baby sleep sacks are an excellent way for baby to maintain a safe body temperature and avoid overheating. They also provide a gentle cuddle/hug effect that's comforting, much like being held in their caregiver's arms. Many parents find sleep sacks more convenient than traditional pajamas, and babies love having the ability to move their legs in the sack freely. Sleep sacks can also help avoid the risk of the baby's legs getting caught in crib rails.
What is a good weight for a weighted sack for a 1 year old?
Our weighted sleep sack 6-12 months old is the perfect option for babies and indicated for infants 15lbs and up (contains 1.5 lbs of beads.) Our products run true-to-size and are indicated to be 10% of baby's body weight. To ensure safety, we do not recommend sizing above baby's current weight.
Are weighted sleep sacks safe for 18 month olds?
Yes, weighted sleep sacks are safe for an 18 month old. Our sleep sack 12-24 months is the perfect option, as the gentle weight is 10% or less body weight so baby can roll, sit and stand while wearing it. Also, the sack can be reversed to readily become a weighted sleep sack for tummy sleepers, a popular option as they get older and move into the toddler phase.
Why should a 1 year old use a weighted sack?
We have meticulously designed our weighted sleep sack for use from infancy into toddlerhood. A one-year-old can enjoy the benefits of the evenly distributed weight, which will increase relaxation and reduce stress. Also, the weight is located on the front of the sack only and does not restrict movement, so baby is comfortable and can safely roll, sit or stand while using the sack.
Do babies wear clothes under swaddle?
Your baby can wear clothes under the swaddle sack. However, it is not absolutely necessary. Many parents use a onesie or lightweight pajama, but it depends on the temperature in the room. To avoid the risk of SIDS, you never want baby to overheat while sleeping. Our weighted sacks have a 0.6 tog so that they can comfortably wear them year-round.