Swaddle Me Swaddlers by Summer Infant
According to Luke 2:12, Mary swaddled Baby Jesus, “And this shall be a sign unto you; Ye shall find the babe wrapped in swaddling clothes, lying in a manger.” This gives evidence as to how long mothers have swaddled their babies to help them sleep and Mary had to learn it somewhere. Swaddling is one of the first things we were taught to do with my daughter when she was born. Of course, she was nearly three weeks overdue and wasn’t interested in being swaddled for very long.
Some babies absolutely love to be swaddled. Even some older kids love to be swaddled. Do a little research, and you’ll find that it’s a growing trend with those with disabilities as a coping mechanism.
Thanks to the advent of great products, parents no longer have to try and figure out how to swaddle with blankets and fight with keeping those little baby burritos all snug as a bug in a rug. SwaddleMe has a great line of ready to swaddling products that will swaddle your baby from 5 lbs to 26 lbs. They come in cute prints for both boys and girls in soft, 100% cotton.
The award-winning SwaddleMe blankets help keep babies sleeping safely on their backs while replacing loose bedding in the crib. Swaddling also recreates the snugness of the womb, so babies startle less and stay asleep longer. Visit SwaddleMe.com to download our Safe Sleep Guide, get tips on swaddling, and find the swadldle stage that’s right for your baby.
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