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Babyworld BPA Mumsnet Mother and Baby Practical Parenting

SUNDAY, 23 SEPTEMBER 2012

Mellow Mummy Babyrug Bug in a Rug Review

 
The Bug in a Rug from BabyRug is a warm fleece baby wrap for keeping your baby snuggly and toasty when on the move. Holly and I were asked to review the Bug in a Rug and now is the ideal time for us to try it out.

As the temperature has dropped over the past couple of weeks, I have noticed how chilly it is as we leave the house in the morning to do the nursery run and yet within a couple of hours the sun is shining and the world has largely warmed up. Instead of going to the effort of getting Holly dressed into a snowsuit (which is quite frankly too warm at present) or into two million layers of clothing, I've taken to using the BabyRug Bug in a Rug. read more

 

 

Review: Babyrug Summer Wrap

"Brilliant!"
We used this for our 2 month old son and we all loved it. It is made from 100% cotton with a satin trim and is very soft and lightweight. It is basically an all in one without arms, the body part fastens with velcro. You can have babies arms inside or out and it makes it very easy to transfer baby from cot to car seat/pushchair without waking them. more

 

Review: Babyrug Summer Wrap

"Brilliant!"
We used this for our 2 month old son and we all loved it. It is made from 100% cotton with a satin trim and is very soft and lightweight. It is basically an all in one without arms, the body part fastens with velcro. You can have babies arms inside or out and it makes it very easy to transfer baby from cot to car seat/pushchair without waking them. more

 

 

Imagine a cross between a blanket and a pramsuit, and you’re starting to get your head around the Bug in a Rug. Billed as ‘Australia’s favourite way to wrap a baby’, it’s a hooded blanket with two little feet on the bottom, and wrap-around Velcro sides. more

 

vogue

Overheating and winter clothes
By Sarah Lawson

08/01/09

It's important to keep babies warm when you go out during cold spells, and you can read more about it in our Dressing Your Baby in Winter article, but it's also important to know when snuggly coats and blankets should come off.

Baby's temperature
Small babies can't regulate their own body heat as well as we can. Plus, when they do get hot or cold, they don't have the ability to add a layer or peel one off. Therefore, it's important to keep an eye on your baby's temperature.
You don't have to undress a baby to tell how they are doing. If you are lucky, you'll have one that cries when he's getting too hot - though some just fall asleep, which can be dangerous as you won't know if he is tired or passed out.
Don't judge a baby's heat by his toes or hands, these are usually colder that the rest of the body. Instead, place the back of your hand on his chest or the back of his neck. If these feel cool then you are fine, but if they feel very cold or too warm, act accordingly more

 

vogue

Review: Bug in a Rug Summer Wrap
By Laura Lee Davies

19/07/06

The concept:
If you love the idea of the comfort and protection that traditional swaddling brings - my Welsh grandmother was a big believer in it! - but you don't think you can whizz a regular blanket up into something effective, then the Bug In A Rug Summer Wrap is for you. more

 

vogue

Bug in a Rug Winter Wraps
By Laura Lee Davies

25/09/06

The concept:
The Bug In A Rug has the reassuring presence of a snuggle blanket, with the fitted hood and feet of a baby's outdoor coat. It's a simple but versatile idea and it works really well. more

 
 

 angels&urchins

Angesl and Urchins

Ahh... Have you ever seen a baby so snug ... This very useful piece of kit will soon become an essential new-baby item. A rug with leg holes so you can easily transport your baby from carseat to buggy and enable you to check your baby is the right temperature? neither too hot or too cold. Summer rugs are available in a lightweight honeycomb knit with a UPF 30+ rating. Bug in a Rugs are available from £21.99.

 
 
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