Nap Sleeping Bag
Most bring a simple towel to sleep on - not too big or bulky; however, some kids have fleecy blankets or "Happy Nappies". After seeing those, Phoebe's plain pink towel would not do. It was surprising easy and fun to turn her towel into a naptime sleeping bag, so I thought you might want to give it a try too.
Materials Needed: bathsized towel, old sheet (or yardage that will cover the towel), fabric for pillow (or use more of the old sheet)
Note: If you need to hem the open side and top, do that now.
Step 4: Now, you need to test out the nap sleeping bag on your child. We decided that the open side was too open and sewed up the opening about 3/4 of the way. Depending on the size of your child the opening might be smaller or larger.
I think these nap sleeping bags would be great for overnight trips or anytime when a little rest is needed. It folds up well and fits into her cubby. I need to make one for Frankie next!