The last few months we've been transitioning baby W out of swaddles into sleep sacks (when we sensed he was getting closer to rolling over) and out of our beloved Bassinest and into the crib in his own room. It's funny, my older boys moved to their own rooms at two and three months, but with this guy it was around four months. I think because he was our smallest guy (born a month early) and because there's something about knowing it's our last and wanting to slow down time. While I'm happy we've worked our way towards more restful nights, its all so bittersweet.
We started off gradually with just naps in the crib and the Bassinest at night, but then at about four months we made the big move. I am happy to report that now at six months W is for the most part sleeping through the night (some nights doing 7pm-7am) hooray!
- Perfect for transitioning especially when you have a little one that loves to be swaddled
- Lot's of options - Swaddle arms in, hands-to-face, one or both arms out
- The 100% cotton muslin fabric is super soft and breathable
- The zipper at the bottom of the sack allows for simple diaper changes
- It's machine washable (which is important when you're doing laundry for a family of 5
- Newborn and Small sizing options available depending on your baby's weight/length so you can ensure a good fit
- The SleepSack Swaddle is recognized as “Hip Healthy” by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute.
- Like the other Halo SleepSack products this gives you a safer way to keep baby cozy without a blanket in the crib
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Please remember that I am NOT a doctor or sleep professional. Always use safe sleep practices and look to your pediatrician for guidance.
Note I was not compensated for this post but did receive a SleepSack Swaddle for W to review for this post.