They stop babies kicking off their covers, getting cold and waking themselves and everyone else up
They can’t be kicked over your baby’s head or get tangled up
They keep babies at a comfortable temperature all night long
Your baby can wake up, move around his cot, and fall back to sleep all on his own without you having to tuck them back in
They become a great part of the bedtime routine, and will help your baby feel familiar, secure and confident and understand when it’s time for bed, even when away from home
They can help the transition from Moses basket to cot by being the familiar “comforter” in both
They may delay the age at which your baby rolls over onto his tummy
They may delay the age at which your baby is able to climb out of his cot.