- Helps baby sleep better and longer
- Helps keep babies on their backs
- Prevents twitching and “starting”
- Prevents facial scratches
- Makes breastfeeding easier
- Easy to wrap and stays put
- Made of 100% super-soft breathable cotton knit – perfect for any climate
- 1 size fits all, up to 14 weeks
- Offers simplicity of design – no buttons, straps, hook and loop fastener, knots, or zippers
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Jessica: a few months ago
I didn't expect to like this so much! My son would have gone nuts with his arms pinned (Or maybe not, will never know!); and I felt guilty about doing so with my daughter. But it works. Helps calm her at night and for naps. It's a bit cumbersome to unwrap her for night changes, but once you get the hang of it it's alright. Is this a magical sleep pill? No, but it certainly helps! i tried the ergo cocoon and the Woombie with my daughter, but she didn't like them as well as the Miracle Blanket. Going to buy a backup and recommend to others!
Make sure the swaddle is below the shoulders, otherwise it may brush the baby's cheeks and activate the rooting instinct. I have learned this is key!
Stephanie: about a year ago
I bought this for the 13 week old son because he still needed to be swaddled to sleep, but repeatedly broke out of my muslin swaddle. He only managed to break out of this one once and 3 weeks later, I'm really glad to have it! It's easy to do and smaller babies shouldn't be able to break out. And if your baby gets too long, you can just keep the legs out of the pocket.
LM: about a year ago
I bought this in the middle of the night one night after my 6wk old had broke out of his swaddle again. It is GENIUS. It keeps his arms tight and the extra length of fabric doesn't let it come undone and with no velcro to wake him up. I am devastated that now at 11wks he is getting too long for it and I will have to find something similar to use. My only very small note is if you have to do middle of the night diaper changes, you do have to undo the outside flap which can sometimes wake him up a bit more.