The right time for babies to transition from a sleep sack to a blanket is a key milestone for parents to navigate. Generally, it’s safe to start using a blanket in the crib when your baby turns one year old. Before then, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends avoiding loose blankets in the crib to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
Safety First: The 12-Month Marker
Loose blankets, while cozy and comforting, aren't recommended for babies under 12 months during unsupervised sleep. But don’t fret! This doesn't mean you have to forgo the cuddly moments until then. gunamuna’s OEKO-TEXⓇ Standard 100 certified bamboo rayon blankets are perfect for tummy time, car rides, or sofa snuggles.
gunamuna's Cozy Transition
When your little one hits the one-year mark, it’s time to gently introduce blankets into their bedtime routine. gunamuna's bamboo rayon blankets, free from harmful substances, offer a safe and cozy option. This transition not only adds a new layer of comfort to your baby’s sleep environment but also marks an exciting developmental step.
Before the Blanket: The Sleep Sack Solution
Until your baby's first birthday, a sleep bag is a snug and safe alternative to a blanket for sleeping. gunamuna’s sleep bags keep babies comfortable and secure without the risks associated with loose bedding.
Beyond Bedtime: Blankets for Bonding
Remember, blankets aren’t just for bedtime. Before they become a part of your baby’s sleep routine, use them to create warm, loving moments during the day. Whether it’s a peaceful car ride or a lazy afternoon cuddle, gunamuna’s blankets bring softness and safety to every embrace.
Embracing Each Milestone
Transitioning from a sleep sack to a blanket is more than a practical change; it's a milestone in your baby's journey. And with gunamuna’s safe, soft, and certified bamboo rayon blankets, you're ready to embrace this new chapter with warmth and peace of mind.