Tuesday, 14 August 2012

The Perfect Sleep Thanks To The Little Green Sheep

I honestly don't know where the time is going at the moment. My days are a blur but most days I'm struggling to think of what I've actually achieved. My blog keeps getting neglected, although I do try to post at least once a week and try to read as many posts as I can but it's so hard sometimes.

I can't even say it's because I have a (fairly) new baby. Yes, he demands a certain amount of attention but he's pretty chilled and I'm also getting a decent amount of sleep.

Yes sleep.

The holy grail of motherhood.

The thing (or lack of) that turned me into a zombie during those first few months with Mini Cheddar.

Thankfully Tiny Ched is such a contented little boy and he loves his sleep. Babies love feeling secure and snug at night time and he's no exception, which is why we were delighted to try out a gorgeous organic plush sleeping bag from The Little Green Sheep. I was immediately drawn to the company as they are so eco-friendly and also donate 5% of their profits to charity too. As a charity volunteer myself, this is a really important standout from other companies.

LIttle Green Sheep Organic Sleeping Bag Interior
Gorgeous soft organic plush lining
I used sleeping bags with MC and they were great but this sleeping bag is just so lovely. It's superb quality and made from 100% certified organic cotton and lined with a gorgeously soft plush inside - 2 tog equivalent - which is perfect for all year round. It's more expensive (they start at £25.95 for the flannelette bags and £35.95 for the plush bags) than sleeping bags I've previously owned but it's definitely worth the extra expense.

The zip on the bag starts up the top so this means you can easily access baby's bottom for those pesky night changes and also keeps the zip tag away from the baby.

The Little Green Sheep provide a wide range of natural quality products which help promote natural sleep for your baby. These range from natural baby toiletries right up to mattresses and furniture. They even do a lovely range of gifts.

We were also sent an organic wash mitt too which is really soft and practical. TC has lots of cute baby folds and the mitt it perfect for getting them clean. Definitely better than any baby sponges or flannels.

So, it's a big thumbs up for The Little Green Sheep from mummy and it's a definite thumbs up (not that he can do that yet) from this little man...

TC all snug and cozy sleeping in his new Green Sheep organic sleeping bag
TC loving his new organic sleeping bag

I know I'm biased but he's just gorgeous...can't believe he'll be 20 weeks tomorrow!

This is not a sponsored post.  
We were sent an organic plush sleeping bag and wash mitt 
to review but all photographs, words, views and opinions are my own.


Honest Mum said...

He is gorgeous & lucky you getting sleep x

Candi said...

The gorgeous sleepy words and photo are making me yawn :) And I'd nearly like one of those in an adult size, they look so comfy xx

Ms Xpat said...

You getting SLEEP! Oh how I envy you, lol. Does this bag come in toddler size, lol. My 21 mths old still wakes at night and now that he's climbs into our bed.

Your son looks very comfy. I will look into this as Baby T2 is due in the winter.

Mummyandthebeastie said...

TC sounds like such a delightful little boy! I love sleeping bags, I think they were such a great invention as they keep them snug and secure and you have the added bonus of knowing that they can't ride up over their faces. 

I know what you mean about posting, I go through phases but I do struggle to post myself and reading others is so time consuming but the best part about blogging! One day we'll find the balance again xx

Abbey said...

Ohhhhh...look at TC sleeping peacefully. What a cutie :)

Lorraine The Party Times said...

what a gorgeous picture of TC X

SAHMlovingit said...

I hope to find a balance soon as I LOVE reading other peoples blogs and I feel like I'm missing out on so much at the moment :( xx

SAHMlovingit said...

Haha yes it does come in toddler size - they go up to 36 months :)


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