You can’t control the weather, but you can be ready for anything. Amidst all the fun and excitement we may forget to ask our kids if they might be too warm. Putting just one layer of merino wool next to the skin is enough to keep babies and children so much more comfortable when temperatures drop.
It was 97 degrees the summer evening we packet for our holiday in Norway. So tempting just to throw all our shorts and pretty singlets and Ella's summer dresses in the suitcase and call it a day. But we knew better. Summer in Norway would be defined as fall by any other nationality, so deep down in the drawers we found the clothes that for so long had not been in use - the woolly stuff. Most importantly, the thin merino sweaters for small and adults alike, and even long johns for the kids. Worst case, we would borrow hats and gloves from friends there. Sigh, "summer" here we come. There were days our shorts and pretty singlets actually saw...
Ever decided not to buy a wool item because you were told it was itchy or dry clean only? I bet you have also heard that woolen clothing is just for the winter season and it's way too warm for the summer. But is that really true?? We have examined these accusations more Closely and came to the conclusions that they are nothing more than myths.. Take a look at these 7 common myths about wool we have busted!
As parents, we worry about our kids. We worry about if they will get too hot and sticky during the summer or too cold during the winter. Imagine, finding the perfect clothing to balance both.
How many of us have felt frustrated and just simply exhausted when trying to get our little ones to sleep? We love our baby, but, let’s be honest… we get mad with this no-napping business. Mums need a break—even a measly ten minutes would be awesome at times, right? It is actually confirmed by AgResearch in New Zealand that babies sleep better in merino wool. Why? research showed that a baby in merino is less likely to overheat, less likely to get damp in areas where moisture doesn't evaporate, By wearing 100% wool your baby will be neither too hot or cold so they can get a good night's sleep and we can get our well-deserved nap too, even that measly ten minutes!!