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    Another Wrap Me Up fan here!love it so much it will be the present I give all my friends for their baby shower.

    I have 2 spare small ones you could try - where are you located? Feel free to PM me, I'm in Melbourne

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    Do they not still root around with there hands at their mouth (through the wrap)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pixiemum2 View Post
    Do they not still root around with there hands at their mouth (through the wrap)?
    Yep, they do. Apparently it's supposed to be comforting..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkCherry View Post
    Yep, they do. Apparently it's supposed to be comforting..
    This ^^. Once DS has got a hand to his mouth to suck on for a bit though, he instantly calms and self soothes himself.

    Coincidently, I tried an armless sleeping bag today as a test. DS is nearly rolling so will soon have to lose the wrap...he wouldn't settle at all, kept playing with his hands/arms everywhere. I put him back in the Wrap Me Up and he went to sleep straight away...

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    I have these too. They are fricken amazing.

    Question though - the lady at the baby shop told me he couldn't role in it though because of the arm position. This doesn't sound right to me???


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    They can definitely still roll in them, but it's actually just a safer option.

    Because their hands aren't as restricted as with a traditional wrap style, they can move them around slightly so may be able to push their face clear if they roll on something as an example.

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    DD hated being wrapped, and never slept the 'proper' amount. I just went with the flow, and stopped wrapping.

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    Well we have given it a try and the little booger slept very well in the love me wrap I am going to buy a couple off the website now, thankyou shirleysmum very very much! I will be keeping this in mind for the future and for friends. I thought initially he would only get frustrated because of access to his hands, the usual culprit to him waking himself up.. but because they are covered it helps somehow, he sucks on them and falls to sleep! He loves sleeping with his arms up. Were moving house in a month and he will be going into his cot then, now I'll be happy that he will sleep on his own.For any other mums out there it is a good thing to try, it may not work for every bub but it worked for me and apparently alot of other mums. They aren't too pricey either, 40 dollars for some sleep! I've seen some commercial wraps for 100 dollars and over... Bub hub has never let me down thankyou other mumma bears!Nat and Eli
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