I was hesitant to get this sleep sack, because another reviewer complained about the nubby material being against baby's face on the warmer version. Um, I'm just going to go out on a limb and say that lady is a bit overprotective if she thinks that the nubbys on this sleep sack will cause some kind of damage. With that said, I thought the 2.0 version was worth a try (I'll get to the 1.0 version in a sec, turbo)... since she has successfully learned how to unzip and get out of every other sleep sack we have put her in. This brand is the exception. And I waited about 6 months before reviewing these items, lest she get crafty after wearing them for a while. I'm happy to report she still cannot get these unzipped. The 2.0 is so great for cooler nights, and I love it so much, I bought two more from this company (one being this one I'm reviewing here for warmer nights - the 1.0 "tog"- whatever that means in British-speak or Aussie-speak or wherever cool-accent place these are from). My only complaint is that you really need two of each because they get dirty quickly since they are white (one for the hamper/washer/dryer and one to wear). We are very clean people, so this bothers me as someone who gets grossed out easily by clothes funk. And they are a bit pricey, so that also bothers me as someone who gets annoyed with spending money three times on something I really need, instead of on something I don't need, like ice cream. Be that as it may, I absolutely love these sleep sacks and highly recommend them to anyone.
- baby can't unzip this one (and only this one)
- baby can't get out of crib on her own because sleep sack prevents climbing
- baby can sleep comfortably and stylishly, lest papparazzi be hiding in her closet (it's cute, what can i say)?
- the sack will not be outgrown by her until she's like 4 (they are super long, but i guess that's a good thing because I'll get my money's worth)
- white (aka dirt magnet)
- sometimes I have to admit, I have a hard time getting the zipper engaged because of the "face protecting zipper fabric guard apparatus" at the top. When the baby is wiggling, and the lights are low, and I'm over 40 (which is every time), this can be a challenge. Add a few kicks to the stomach by said baby and you got a real undertaking on your hands.
UPDATE: My daughter is now 2 and still fits into these gro-bags. She CAN get them unzipped only if we leave the zipper pull pointed up. She still hasn't figured out how to unsnap them. And she's wicked smart.