We are so glad that you are interested in swaddling your baby. Swaddling is the art of wrapping an infant in a blanket for warmth and security. Being nestled within the blanket’s snug folds promotes a sense of well-being and calm for baby, who is trying to adjust to the unfamiliar environment of the outside world. Swaddling also reduces symptoms of colic by helping baby to sleep longer and cry less. In addition to its soothing properties, swaddling reinforces the importance of placing newborns on their backs to sleep – research indicates that this has reduced the incidence of Sudden Infant. These are just a few of the reasons why every baby should be swaddled!
We would like to introduce to you our unique swaddle blanket and explain why it is the very best on the market. When you have learned how much this blanket can improve the quality of life for you and your baby and see how simple it is to use, we think you’ll agree that the Loving Baby Swaddle Blanket is truly a newborn necessity! We invite you to look through our site to learn more about the benefits of swaddling.
Swaddling your baby with the Loving Baby Swaddle Blanket is fast and easy, and no special skills are required! Its unique, patent-pending design ensures a proper fit while baby grows; and the blanket always stays securely in place, so you and your baby will receive all the benefits of swaddling.
Our goal is to improve the overall physical and emotional well-being of all babies around the world. We believe that no baby should be left behind! We plan on accomplishing this by providing a product. The Loving Baby Swaddle Blanket is crafted from brushed cotton flannel and will increase in softness with each washing. Machine wash warm with like colors. Only use non-chlorine bleach when needed. Tumble dry low. Use warm iron as desired.
Pull the left side of the blanket snugly in a diagonal direction across your baby’s body. Make sure his right arm is wrapped close to his body. Securely tuck the blanket under his bottom.
In the hectic and demanding pace of modern-day living, we have lost the skill inherent in the art of swaddling. For the swaddle to be effective, the blanket must conform to baby’s body without restricting growth or breathing and without coming undone. Although mothers are usually given some instruction before leaving the hospital, the actual experience of trying to correctly Swaddling Babies a distressed baby can be frustrating and ineffectual. Receiving blankets are difficult and time-consuming to work with and they often become loose, which renders the swaddle useless and negates the benefits it provides.
Spread blanket and place your baby in the middle, up high, with his head touching the top edge. Bring Swaddle Baby the bottom of the blanket up and fold the edge over as much as needed to adjust for size (as your baby grows, you will be folding over less). Then pull the right corner of the blanket across your baby’s body, securing his left arm near his body and tuck the blanket under his bottom.