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Made from premium, 70% Bamboo & 30% Cotton muslin, our wrap is luxuriously gentle on your baby's delicate skin. The generous 120 x 120cm (approx.) size provides ample coverage, making it perfect for swaddling your little ones snugly.
Swaddling a baby can be a comforting and soothing experience for both the baby and the parent. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to swaddle a baby:
1. Prepare The Swaddle Blanket
Spread the swaddle blanket on a flat surface in the shape of a diamond, with one corner pointing up and another pointing down
2. Fold the Top Corner
Fold down the top corner of the swaddle blanket about 15 cm to form a straight edge.
3. Place the Baby on the Swaddle
Lay your baby on their back on the swaddle blanket, positioning their shoulders just above the folded edge. Ensure their head is on the fabric, leaving the straight edge below their shoulders.
4. Secure the Baby's Arms
Gently hold your baby's left arm down by their side and take the left side of the swaddle blanket, wrapping it snugly across their body. Tuck the edge of the fabric under their right side, making sure the arm is straight and slightly bent at the elbow.
5. Fold the Bottom Corner
Fold up the bottom corner of the swaddle blanket over your baby's feet and legs. The fold should be loose enough to allow some movement of the hips and legs.
6. Secure the Baby's Other Arm
Now, hold your baby's right arm down and bring the right side of the swaddle blanket across their body, tucking it under their left side. Ensure the arm is straight and slightly bent at the elbow.
7. Final Adjustments
Make sure the swaddle is snug but not too tight. Your baby's hips and legs should be able to move naturally, allowing them to assume the "frog position" with their hips slightly bent and spread apart. This is essential for healthy hip development.
8. Check the Neck and Head Position
Ensure that the swaddle is not covering your baby's face and that their neck and head are adequately supported. The fabric should be snug under the armpits, but not so high that it interferes with breathing.
9. Practice Safe Sleep
Always place your swaddled baby on their back to sleep. Do not overdress your baby if swaddled, and keep the sleeping environment free from loose bedding or other potential hazards.