I have no problem spending more on a product if it means saving more money in the long run. Almost $100 for a sleep sack? But considering that most sleep sacks, you have to purchase every few months, and these last for up to 2 years old- it actually saves you money.
It's made well and it washes well. We wash it all the time, and there's no pilling or shedding or damage in the slightest. It's easy to put on and off and it definitely signals to my daughter that it's time to sleep.
Love!!! I had been looking for sleep sacks for my baby and came across Woolino as a frequently recommended option for transitioning from the Snoo. The most expensive option, but they sold me on it fitting him as he got older. My son loved it from the very beginning, and it made his adjustment really easy. Since then I bought another size up, and I just bought one with feet for when we go to the toddler bed. (A bonus of this sleep sack is he can’t climb out of the crib with it on, so we’ve delayed transitioning). I realize now I’ve spent a lot of money at this company lol.
I wish they had cuter prints. I just keep buying the stripes, but other brands have really cute prints. Or I generally buy plain muted colors, so that would be an amazing option. I was just looking for toddler quilts and wanted to buy one from them, but their prints are just terrible so I ended up buying from another company.
We have a woolino that we have been using for over a year. This is by far the best baby wearable blanket out there. I love that we can use it year round without having to worry about overheating. My son is soon outgrowing his first one and I will be buying another one in a bigger size. I wash this 1x a week and it still looks brand new. 100% worth it.
Good for gifts 🎁High qualityWorth the money 💸Fit just rightComfortableLuxury