If your baby seems irritable or she's having a hard time sleeping, you may want to consider swaddling. It just makes sense that your child would feel most comfortable in an environment that's more similar to your baby felt while being cradled in your womb. How do you successfully swaddle your baby, what type of swaddles typically work best and do all babies really need to be swaddled? Plus, what safety precautions should you take to make sure your baby is safe?
The Zen Swaddle ™ is the only infant swaddle to mimic your touch. Its lightly weighted parts apply gentle pressure on your baby's sides and center to provide the comfort and security of being held. Touch or simulated touch is medically proven to calm babies by triggering a self soothing response thus improving their ability to regulate… Continue Reading
The ErgoCocoon is an easy option for swaddling a baby. Your baby will feel secure and snug with stretch organic cotton. It allows your baby to move their hands into a comfortable position that suits them without waking up. Now with poppers in the arms for an easy transition into a sleeping bag when your baby… Continue Reading