pillow covers solid Love to Dream Swaddle Up Review personalized newborn baby gifts

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melinda says

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March 27pillow covers solid, 2017 at 4:57 am

Hi! I stumbled upon your site while researching baby proofing solutions and found your review of the Swaddle Up. I just wanted to chime in that I was introduced to the swaddle up when my daughter was about 3 weeks old and it was a total life saver. I was very nervous about swaddling her because she always managed to get her arms loose and the swaddle blankets would creep up around her face and nose. It made me incredibly paranoid and I could not rest easily fearing that at any point she might suffocate. My anxiety was off the charts. I mentioned my concern to another mom who said she had felt the same way and recommended the Swaddle Up. I ordered it immediately and once I wrapped my daughter in it, I could finally relax. It’;s a miracle! My daughter loved having access to her fingers to suck and the tight fabric ensured that it never creeped up above her chin. We used it for 3 months until she no longer needed to be swaddled. I think it’;s my favorite baby item! Oh and we dried it in the dryer all of the time on permanent press–;no problems there! Thank you so much for recommending this product to other parents. I hope it helps them as much as it did me. Take care!

Missy says

March 30, 2017 at 12:09 pm

I was actually googling how to shrink the Love to dream and came to this sight. For me the Love to dream was a dream come true. Our little one was an arm thrasher from day one. The hospital where we delivered swaddled arms out, so we continued to do so. But with flailing arms and a strong startle reflex –; no one was sleeping. We introduced it at about one month and it was amazing. Starting at 8 weeks she was sleeping in her own crib in her own nursery and sleeping 7-10 hours straight. That was until her ten week birthday when we looked at the monitor and found her sleeping on her tummy. We moved the crib into our room and switched to the 50/50 so we could transition her. But her startle reflex is still so strong and the 50/50 isn’;t as snug, so in turn she did not sleep well the first time use of the 50/50 with one arm out –; nor did we. But she didn’;t turn over into her tummy at all which surprised me. Not sure what kept her from doing so. I too dried my Love to dream on low –; but may throw he 50/50 in on high in hopes of shrinking it. She was 11 lbs 13 oz at her two month appointment. But I cannot speak highly enough of this product. Just wish the little girl didn’;t flip over at such as early age.

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