Baby Deedee Sleep Nest Basic and Original Sleep Sacks Review
You can sleep soundly at night knowing your baby is wrapped up all snug and tight thanks to the Baby DeeDee Sleep Nest Original and Sleep Nest Basic. But, before I can tell you more about it, make sure to click subscribe for more videos. Both of the Sleep Nests come in small (0-6 months), medium (6-18 months), and large (18-36 months). The Sleep Nest Original comes in nine colors: khaki, moonlight sun, slate, sugar plum, peacock, sweet pink, white, dream blue, gray lagoon. The Sleep Nest Basic comes in four colors: Almond Cream, Calming Gray, Deep Blue Sea, and Pink Marshmallow. We’re reviewing the small gray lagoon and the small Almond Cream today. The Nests replace loose blankets in your baby’s crib and help your baby stay warm throughout the night. Their shoulder snaps make it easy to place your baby in the Sleep Nests even when they’re asleep. The snaps are a patented design exclusive to Baby DeeDee wearable. Both Sleep Nests also have a reversible zipper that makes diaper changes easier and there’s a special tab on both of them that help to keep their front zippers tucked away and secure all night. Both Nests have a cocoon shape which provides a safe environment for your baby. They’re machine washable cold inside out. Don’t bleach, tumble dry low, or dry clean the sleep nest because they’ll be damaged. The Sleep Nest Original is best used in the winter months as its a wearable quilted duvet sleep sack while the Sleep Nest Basic can be used all year because it’s made of breathable fabric and is as soft as your favorite t-shirt. I preferred the Sleep Nest Original over the Basic because it felt like a baby sleeping bag. As Riley tends to run cold, even in the summer, this is the perfect thing to put him in so we don’t have to put a loose blanket in his crib. I also liked that the Nests unzip from the bottom as it makes it harder for kids to get out of them, especially when they’re learning to walk.
Should I get it?
Both of the these sleep sacks are the way to go! However, I think the original sleep sack is more for warm environments and the basic is for colder.
- Both Nests are tailored for babies who run cold or hot
- The reversible zipper makes it hard for babies to wiggle out of it
- The shoulder snaps allow you to place your baby in the Nest even if your baby is sleeping.