Keep your baby toasty warm this winter!

Our award winning Hands In & Out sleep sack now comes as a 2TOG rated sleep sack.

Made using GOTS Organic Cotton. 100% breathable so babies won’t sweat or overheat and is suitable for eczema. The beautiful soft material will keep your baby warm and comfortable throughout the night.

Features a unique 2TOG rated quilting in the signature style of the Sleepy Hugs, including fully enclosed arms to help prevent scratching, a hip-friendly wide-sack design that easily accommodates a hip dysplasia brace and a bottom opening zipper for easy nappy changes.

The key feature of the Hands In & Out sleep sack is the fold-over wrist cuffs that can be open to allow your baby’s hands to come out for play and self-soothing or folded closed to keep tiny hands warm and cozy all night long.

The Hands In & Out sleep sack gives your baby the best of both worlds! With all the wonderful features of the original Sleepy Hugs sleep sack to help calm the startle reflex and promote restful sleep.

The Hands In & Out sleep sack is available from 6-12 months to 12+ months.  Please check the size guide to help you choose the correct size for your baby.


Night time and early morning waking may be due to your baby being cold, all other factors considering. If you think about it, night temperatures drop to its lowest point sometime around 3am – 4am.  As the night temperature drops so does our internal body temperature.  Babies can lose body heat up to four times faster than an adult.  So, it’s important to maintain your baby’s room temperature.

The recommended room temperature for a baby’s room in the cooler season is 18C – 22C.  Appropriate layering is also recommended underneath any Winter TOG rated sleeping bag.

Setting The Right Temperature.. Did you know that your body’s internal temperature plays a role in making you feel drowsy? During mornings the temperature is at high levels, making you feel quite energised. This temperature dips slightly in the afternoon, making you feel a bit groggy during the day, and much more tired after the sun goes down and the body releases the hormone melatonin that helps you sleep. It’s important that the temperature to the room your baby sleeps in complements his internal temperature, so that he isn’t up and wailing in the middle of the night feeling too hot or cold. In the winter season, it’s best to maintain a temperature of around 23 to 26 degree Celsius in the room. Opt for a warm mist humidifier to place in your baby’s room, instead of a heater.

Follow a consistent, calming bedtime routine. Overstimulation in the evening can make it difficult for your baby to settle to sleep. Try bathing, cuddling, singing, playing quiet music or reading, with a clearly defined end point when you leave the room. Begin these activities before your baby is overtired in a quiet, softly lit room.

Size Guide

The SLEEPY HUGS is designed to be a looser fit than most other swaddle suits and is most effective in helping your baby adjust to free arms with the correct size. The SLEEPY HUGS is all about the arm span so it’s important to choose the correct size. If too big, your baby will not get the security and snug fit that they still need.

NOTE: the below measurements does not include baby’s head.

Small (3-6 months) – suitable for babies aged from 3 – 6 months, weighing 6 – 8 kg. The length of the sleep suit is approx. 65cm.

Medium (6-12 months) – suitable for babies aged from 6 – 12 months, weighing 8 – 10 kg. The length of the sleep suit is approx. 75cm.

Safety Details

All Baby Loves Sleep products carry the Baby Safety Australia tick of approval. Baby Safety Australia is a privately operated organisation, and the key representative body in the Australian nursery industry. Baby Safety Australia operates in close conjunction with groups such as Red Nose Australia (formerly known as SIDS and Kids), Kidsafe and the Australian Child Restraint Resource Initiative (ACRI).

Please see our FAQ for further information regarding sizing and tog ratings.

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