How to swaddle a baby: Typically, it takes a village. Wrap it this way, then that way (or was it that way?), then tuck this in there (or is it there?). It’s a challenge—and one that requires nurses, videos, MANY attempts, and a surprisingly large amount of patience.
So, the answer to the question, “How to swaddle a baby?” is that there’s truly an art to it. That’s why this innovative swaddle by Love to Dream is the perfect sweet-dream solution from day one. As a winner of the JPMA Innovation Award for the infant and toddler category, the Swaddle UP is the only swaddle that wraps babes in their natural arm-up position and allows them to self-soothe. It offers the snugness they love and need; it helps to calm babe’s natural startle reflex.
The ergonomic shape and ultra-soft stretch fabric helps to reduce the risk of swaddling too tight—it helps you make sure you have the right fit for your little one. The Swaddle UP gently applies pressure to their bodies to help settle them and guide them into snuggly snoozes.
A notable bonus: The dual-zipper design beautifully tends to middle-of-the-night diaper changes. There’s no need to disrupt your babe more than you have to. Hopefully, they’ll quickly fall back into a peaceful sleep as soon as you’re done.
When only swaddle blankets and sleep bags existed, we dealt with another round of sleepless nights during the getting-stronger stage. We’d reshape the swaddle, wrap tightly, repeat—throughout the night. However, ever since the Swaddle UP graced the parenting world with its stellar presence, we’re all about it. Its grow-with-me, brilliant design is key to seriously sweet Zzz’s for the whole fam. The first year is hard enough, so why not simplify the art of swaddling babes?
As you’re learning how to swaddle a baby at your mommy-to-be class or during trial-and-error sessions with your actual babe, keep calm and remember that Love to Dream’s Swaddle UP is ready to help.
Have you tried Love to Dream’s Swaddle UP? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
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