Halo SleepSack Review & Giveaway

When Kinley was born I was thrown back into newborn days where you don’t use blankets to reduce the risk of SIDS and you make sure your child sleeps on their back in a bed that has no soft blankets, toys or bumper pads.  Also not smoking around the baby (I don’t smoke) and dressing your baby appropriately so they are never over 72 degrees are all safe ways to ensure the safest sleep environment for your child.

My biggest thing is that I feel like well if I have a blanket then my child should too even though I know it is not safe so a safe alternative needed to be found.  Halo provides that safe alternative for sleep safety conscious parents like Lee and I.  They have many stages of wearable blankets for your child.  I will say that with Holden we used the Halo SleepSacks and he wore them until he didn’t fit them anymore he wouldn’t sleep without one and absolutely loved his lovie sacks as we called them.

For this review Halo sent us there new and super adorable 100% cotton ruffle in the pink vine pattern.  I love this sleep sack so much and when I put Kinley in it she just looks so cute and she really loves it too.  I love that the zipper goes from the top to the bottom for a few reasons.  The biggest two though are that the zipper is not in Kinleys face while she is sleeping and I can unzip it just enough to take her legs out and change her diaper for middle of the night feedings.  Kinley loves it because she has room to kick and move around which if she is not allowed to do angers her and she cries until we unswaddle her and make it looser if our Halo SleepSack happens to be dirty.

The bright colors and fun designs on the new ruffle sacks make having a girl that much more fun.  Check out these close up’s of the designs on the ruffle sleep sacks.  These can be purchased for $30.00 each and come in size small which fits 0-6 months or 23 to 26″ 10 to 18 lbs.  We got the first one the pink vine and I will say that it is 100% this cute in person I plan on ordering her both the other designs since we need a couple more sleep sacks anyhow.  I also have a few pregnant friends and as soon as we find out the gender I will order them a Halo SleepSack for their baby shower gifts.

I think though that the two biggest things I love about our Halo wearable blanket is that I know that Kinley is not going to overheat in it because it was designed for this kind of wear and although my room gets quite hot some nights Kinley is a nice cool temperature when wearing just her diaper shirt.  The second thing I love is that it has the saying “back is best” embroidered right on the chest of it so that parents and caregivers can ensure your baby is sleeping in the safest position.

Don’t have a little girl to use one of the new adorable Ruffle SleepSacks in, no worries because they have super cute for boys 100% Cotton Rugby Stripe SleepSacks in the same size and price.  Check these ones out, I wish they had them when Holden was a baby, his were cute but not this cute.

Want to win a Halo SleepSack of your own then enter below.  Not sure on the exact style you will get as the winner just indicates boy, girl or gender neutral and the size and you will get a surprise SleepSack in the mail but since they are all so darn cute it may be better this way then you won’t have to make the decision on your own.

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This post was brought to you by Halo, all opinions expressed are my own.  I received a Halo SleepSack to facilitate this review no monetary compensation was received.


  1. Kristen says:

    She wears footie pajamas.

  2. kimberly schotz says:

    footed pj’s

  3. Angela M says:

    We have one sleepsack but we are finding we wished we had 2 for when one is stuck in the laundry.

  4. Addison Kat says:

    My older two have footed pjs and my youngest is in a halo sleepsack swaddler

  5. Cassie Charman says:

    My son wears normal two piece pjs but if i won i would get a boy big kids sleep sack to try. i’ve never tried anything other than sleepers and two piece pjs!

  6. Ashley O says:

    We use tight-fitting pajamas for our two toddlers. Footed pajamas work great, too!

  7. Katie O says:

    We planned to use swaddles but these look great!

  8. Cynthia R says:

    use zip up footed pajamas

  9. gibberish (Julie G.) says:

    Sleepers with feet are the current sleepwear – would love to try a sleepsack.

  10. Anne Sweden says:

    We dress them in footed PJ’s and keep the wood stove downstairs good and hot!

  11. natalie shmigelsky says:

    My kiddos wear warm footie pjs all year long! 🙂

  12. Mae-Beth says:

    This is great. I love all of the color choices.

  13. Crystal Litz says:

    crochet blankets so when they are over her head she can still breath easy

  14. tina manuel says:

    footed PJs…

  15. Fan R. says:

    I dress them in PJs and cover with a blanket


  16. Jennifer Barata Allen says:

    I give her a baby blanket

  17. joanne major says:

    i use blankets and get up to check on them. sometimes they wear footie pj’s but they don’t really like them makes them too hot

  18. Alicia says:

    We use footed pj’s and sometimes a blanket but would love to try one of these sleep sacks.

  19. Brandy says:

    I crank the heat up!

  20. Jennifer miskiw says:

    My son sleeps in his halo sleep sack every night. I love them!!!

  21. D Schmidt says:

    I currently use a swaddling blanket

  22. JLin says:


  23. Felicia R says:

    When my daughter was an infant, we used the summer infant swaddleme wraps and for the baby that’s coming in a couple weeks, we have a few muslin blankets that we’re going to try.

  24. Jamie says:

    I’m expecting my first and would love to use the SleepSack to keep them warm.

  25. Brittany says:

    Our first is not due until September so we’re not doing anything yet 😉

  26. Melanie B says:

    Because it’s summer, he only wears jammies. He is a toddler now but, still doesn’t keep his blanket on.

  27. Cynthia C says:

    No babies here, but my niece is expecting. I hope she uses sleepsacks.

  28. Kelly says:

    Nothing yet, but when the baby is here, I will swaddle.

  29. Kimberly Bauer says:

    A thin banket.

  30. EMMA L HORTON says:


  31. Lauren U says:

    My little one is due in a few weeks…but when he’s here I plan on using sleep sacks and swaddle blankets.


  32. Tim Stephens says:

    We use socks and a blanket but this looks amazing and we have a 2nd child on the way

  33. Lisa Ellis says:

    he wears footed jammies

  34. We use footed and long sleeve pajamas.

  35. Debra L. Guillen says:


  36. Cheryl (@loucheryl) says:

    My 2 year old son wears a sleeper with footsies to keep his toes warm at night because he takes off his blanket.

  37. Laura Love says:

    I currently love to use footie pajamas to keep my baby warm. But I don’t think I’ve ever tried HALO, and I would love to.

  38. Laura Love says:

    I follow via RSS – Google Reader – laura.a.love07 at gmail dot com

  39. Linda trinklein says:

    its pretty warm here in arizona.. but It will cool off soon! 🙂

  40. Alex Liz Robinson says:

    We will probably swaddle for a while. It would be great to try a sleepsack though!

  41. Marj M. says:

    My great grands are not babies anymore, they wear footed p.j.’s.

  42. Marci says:

    Pjs and a light blanket!

  43. Jami Adams says:

    Footy PJs!

  44. Fan R. says:

    Subscribed vis e-mail & RSS teddyoutready2(at)gmail(dot)com

  45. Leanne M says:

    Pj’s and a blanket

  46. Brittney Bradbury says:

    Light sheet or footed pjs

  47. christine jessamine says:

    i have a space heater that keeps the room at 70 degrees

  48. Andrea Smith says:

    I wrap my kids “as snug as a bug” in their blanket!

  49. Natalie Finch says:

    My son is 3 and has no problem staying warm, but he has what he calls his “cold blankey
    “. Nice and light and he loves it.

  50. Rochelle Luaders says:

    We put a blanket over his legs.

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