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Having a baby isn’t easy. There are always a huge number of people advising what to do. We are here to help you get the right information to help your baby and you have the best nights sleep. We work with experts in the field of sleep solutions to offer you help and support. If there is a topic that we haven’t covered and you would like some advice, please let us know.

ergoPouch FAQ's

ergoPouch FAQ's

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GENERAL + Which ergoPouch product should I choose? It will depend on the age and development of your child. We have an ergoPouch product suitable for different stages, newborns right through to 6 years old. As a guide, we suggest choosing the following products: Cocoon Swaddle: for swaddled newborns and arms out (rollers) to age 12 months. Jersey Bag: Transition item from the Cocoon Swaddle, suitable for 8 months – 24 months Sleeping Bag or Sleep Suit Bag: for arms out sleepers, kids on the move, little kickers and walkers up to 6 years old. Winter Sleep Suit: for kids who don’t...

Organic, Ethical and Sustainable Sleepwear

Organic, Ethical and Sustainable Sleepwear

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We choose to make all our sleepwear and products with natural fibers, organic cotton and bamboo, and non-toxic materials. Not only does this keep your child safe, but it also benefits our environment. ORGANIC, NATURAL FIBERS All ergoPouch sleepwear is made from natural fibers; Certified Organic Cotton and Bamboo. Natural fibers are safer for your child and better for their skin. Allows skin to breath Regulates body temperature Reduces chances of overheating Reduces eczema flare ups No toxic chemicals against your child’s skin Our fabrics are GOTS Certified annually at our factory, by Peterson Control Union. ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY AND NON-TOXIC...

The Pouch Process - Follow our easy 4-step guide to dressing your little dreamer safe and comfortably for sleep

The Pouch Process - Follow our easy 4-step guide to dressing your little dreamer safe and comfortably for sleep

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Tell me parents, does this pattern of nighttime sleep feel familiar?  Put down to sleep wondering if your child is too hot or cold and continue to check and wonder every 2 hours throughout the night Check if they’re breathing 15 times in the night, including whether or not you can see their chest rising on the baby monitor Change diaper overnight (or take them to the toilet) whilst trying not to wake them fully, so you don’t have to wake up to a soaked-through crib or bed in the morning Not to mention the countless awake time feeding, settling, burping throughout the...

TOG rating explained. What to wear for safe sleep.

TOG rating explained. What to wear for safe sleep.

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What To Wear? How to Dress your Baby for Sleep. How many times today have you asked yourself if your baby is too warm/too cold/just right?! It's the eternal parenting question and one that a parent frets over several times a day (and night), especially for naps and sleeping. We aim to take the guesswork out of choosing the right sleeping garment for your baby through our TOG-rated, organic breathable products and What to Wear Temperature Guide.  What is a TOG? A TOG is a unit of measurement for insulation and warmth of sleepwear and bedding. Put simply, the lower...

Not just protecting your babies skin but protecting the environment.

Not just protecting your babies skin but protecting the environment.

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A recent survey demonstrated an increasing number of consumers are researching companies prior to purchasing to ensure brands correspond with their values. Out of those surveyed, 31% said they only bought certified organic clothing, which is exactly what we're catering for here at ergoPouch. By purchasing organic material such as Organic Cotton and Bamboo, consumers can contribute to protecting the environment. Organic Cotton is grown in a way that used natural methods to minimise the impact on our environment, using less water, reducing toxic emissions and replenishes soil fertility. Conventional cotton is processed using toxic chemicals that seep into our...