2 The Ollie Swaddle- is made of a lightweight jersey material (8% spandex) that wraps your baby tight in 3 easy steps, cinching in at the bottom. This is newer and getting rave reviews, I wish it was around when my boys were tiny.
3. The Woombie- signature bebeflex™ fabric comforts, softly confines arms, hugs the tummy (great for gas) and gently cocoons baby's unique curves, preventing startling issues, face scratching, and also preventing loose unraveled blankets from covering baby's face. The Woombie zips up bottom to top, so you do have to unzip and open up to change baby's diaper. I used this a bit with my second son, and it worked great in the beginning but he didn't the level of tightness after that.
4. Halo Sleepsack Swaddle- this is a great affordable and versatile option and is the only 2-in-1 adjustable swaddle that allows for swaddling arms in or arms out for baby’s comfort and to ensure an easy and gentle transition to the SleepSack wearable blanket when it is time to stop swaddling. The Halo is also a zip front, and you have to open to change a diaper. I used these after the first month or so with great success, but my boys liked their legs a bit more snug in the very beginning.
5. Love to Dream Love to Swaddle Up- soft t-shirt like fabric, this design combines the benefits of swaddles and sleeping bags, giving your baby the gentle pressure of a swaddler and keeping her arms and legs completely contained, while allowing her to bring her hands up to suck on them through the fabric
6. The Miracle Blanket- Uses a unique, patented design that combines classic swaddling and the lateral belly wrap. Though in my experience it takes a few tries to master the wrapping, not having any loud velcro is snapping is really helpful to keep a baby calm and sleeping.
7. Ergo Baby Swaddler- keeps the top and bottom halves of your baby's body swaddled separately, you can change your baby’s diaper without unwrapping her arms, saving you the trouble of re-swaddling her, and avoiding waking her fully. The leg pouch also keep baby's legs in a frog-leg position, replicating the position in the woomb.
8. The Nested Bean Zen Swaddle- offers a unique design, with a lightly weighted areas on either side and at the center to provide the sense of security a baby would get being held
Every baby is different, and navigating which one will work best for your little one is sometimes trial and error, but hopefully you'll find something that keeps you're little one feeling secure in the early days and gets you an extra few minutes of rest! As always, remember to practice safe swaddling and discontinue using them when your baby can roll. I am not a Dr. or an expert just a mom talking about personal experience. Thanks as always for stopping by!
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