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    Quote Originally Posted by Pesca77 View Post
    Thank-you for replying!!
    I'm actually trying to get him OUT of his woombie and love me wrap - which he loves!!
    Not that I was much help LOL! I didn't realise the love me wrap was like a woombie.

    I just used stretchy material wraps for DS, so am a bit behind with all the different types. Just know friends use woombies and love them!

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    I have just transitioned my almost 6mo DS out of his wrap me up.
    I also used the 50/50 wrap and I had to leave one arm out for a whole month before I could take the other arm off. He used to fall asleep as soon as he was put in his wrap now it takes a while. I have given him a pillowcase tied in a knot to keep his hands busy so they dont remove the dummy. I keep the rest of his bedtime routine the same but have found I need to pat him on the bum for a bit longer.
    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ready4aBelly View Post
    I have just transitioned my almost 6mo DS out of his wrap me up.
    I also used the 50/50 wrap and I had to leave one arm out for a whole month before I could take the other arm off. He used to fall asleep as soon as he was put in his wrap now it takes a while. I have given him a pillowcase tied in a knot to keep his hands busy so they dont remove the dummy. I keep the rest of his bedtime routine the same but have found I need to pat him on the bum for a bit longer.
    Good luck!
    Thanks, that's a great tip! I took his comforter blankie away as he was playing with it, but I'll try giving it back now.

    I had also only been doing this about a week, so obviously need to be more patient! Thanks again

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    No worries. I hope it doesn't take too long.


 

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